Success! Sochan from Cambodia raised $304 to fund hardware removal surgery.

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Sochan's treatment was fully funded on December 29, 2023.
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June 7, 2023

Photo of Sochan post-operation

January 7, 2024

Sochan underwent surgery so he can use his arm.

Sochan had a quick surgical procedure to remove the hardware from his collarbone fracture. To reduce the risk of infection, he will take ant...

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Sochan's Timeline

  • June 7, 2023

    Sochan was submitted by Menglong Sok, Manager, Administration at Children's Surgical Centre.

  • June 7, 2023

    Sochan received treatment at Kien Khleang National Rehabilitation Centre in Cambodia. Medical partners often provide care to patients accepted by Watsi before those patients are fully funded, operating under the guarantee that the cost of care will be paid for by donors.

  • June 17, 2023

    Sochan's profile was published to start raising funds.

  • December 29, 2023

    Sochan's treatment was fully funded.

  • January 7, 2024

    Sochan's treatment was successful. Read the update.

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