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Cambodian Immigrants in US Grapple with Mental Health Issues

From the 1970s to the 1990s, as many as 100,000 Cambodian refugees resettled in the United States. But far from finding a sanctuary, many Cambodians in America have grappled with poverty, mental health problems and social isolation. As a child, Jennifer Ka could not understand why her father was always angry. He seemed unable to love her and her siblings. "It was very painful that I could not connect with him," Ka said. "He was really never there and present with us...

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