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The Burmese regime's protracted violent conflict with its ethnic minorities has resulted in 2 million migrants and refugees settling across the border in Thailand. In addition there are an estimated 600,000 internally displaced people in border regions within Burma. For many, conventional health services are limited or unavailable. This article reports on the use, preservation, and practice of traditional Karen medicine among refugees and migrants along the Thai-Burma border. Traditional healthdoi:10.1080/15562948.2012.646224 fatcat:hfxlihs6ivfuxlovpg3rs6dxyi