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Gun-related Injuries Cost PNG Millions

ABC News (Australia)

1 May 2007

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The head of the Medical Society of Papua New Guinea claims the cost of treating gun-related injuries in PNG is almost $US7 million a year.

Doctor Mathias Sapuri's comments came at the launch of The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence in Port Moresby…

He says there are approximately 5000 gun-related violence cases being treated by doctors currently across PNG and it's a much bigger issue than the HIV and AIDS problem in PNG.

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