Almost sent home, Indonesian worker gets health reprieve
Taipei, June 14 (CNA) Taiwan has extended a helping hand to an Indonesian migrant worker with a severe autoimmune disease, making it possible for her to get a much needed bone marrow transplant, according to a local non-governmental organization (NGO).
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