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BBC West Midlands Interview with Prof. Shah


Professor Sunil Shah was recently a guest on the Kath Stanczyszyn show on BBC West Midlands, to discuss the work of Khmer Sight in Cambodia.

Prof Shah will be travelling to Cambodia this weekend with a dedicated team, and aims to complete around 250 sight-saving procedures.

Listen to the interview in full below


You can listen to the entire Kath Stanczyszyn show on BBC West Midlands, by visiting


To read more about the work of the Khmer Sight Foundation in Cambodia, visit their dedicated website here.

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