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    Doctors Fear for Suu Kyi's Health

    Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi gestures during a press conference in Bern on June 14, 2012, on her first trip to Europe since 1988 to formally accept the Nobel Peace Prize that thrust her into the global limelight two decades ago. The trip marks a new milestone in the political changes that have swept the country formerly known as Burma since decades of military rule ended last year, bringing to power a new quasi-civilian government. Suu Kyi cut short a planned press conference in the Swiss capital Bern due to exhaustion. AFP PHOTO / SEBASTIEN BOZON        (Photo credit should read SEBASTIEN BOZON/AFP/GettyImages)

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    The doctor of Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi is worried about the Nobel laureate's health after she fell ill and vomited at a news conference in Switzerland Thursday. "Her lack of rest and her extremely tight schedule are very worrisome," doctor Pyone Moe Ei said Friday in Rangoon. The 66-year-old has low blood pressure and gets motion sickness easily, and had similar health problems during her campaign for parliament earlier this year.

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