In Kandal Province.

The first case of HIV infection in Cambodia was reported in 1991 and was followed by a rapid rise in its transmitting. Cambodia’s national HIV/Helps prevalence rate – – around 3 percent in 1997 but reducing to 1 1.9 percent in 2003 – – continues to be understood to be one of the highest in Southeast Asia. According to a recently available AFP/France 24 News Statement , ‘Almost 10,000 Cambodians die of AIDS-related illnesses annually, according to government figures.Green, MD, MPH, a medical geneticist at Brigham and Women's Medical center , outlines for the first time a minimum list of genetic conditions, genes and variants that laboratories performing clinical sequencing should seek and report to the physicians that ordered the testing – – regardless of the original factors for which the test was ordered. ‘If, needlessly to say, these recommendations are adopted by clinicians and laboratories, they shall have important implications,’ said Green, who co-chaired the ACMG Functioning Group that developed the recommendations also.