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The so-called napalm girl, who became a symbol of the horrors of the Vietnam War, completed her burn treatment after 50 years.

The horrors of the Vietnam War became known to the world when a photo of him running away crying while throwing off his clothes on fire was reported, The Guardian reported that 59-year-old Phanti Kim Phuc, the protagonist of the photo, has completed the 12th and last laser treatment in the United States. .

A napalm bomb is a bomb that generates heat close to 3,000 degrees Celsius and turns a tens of meters in a radius of the drop point into a sea of ​​fire.

Phan Thi Kim Phuc was hospitalized for 14 months after a napalm attack on a village in southern Vietnam in 1972.

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After undergoing several surgeries and treatments, he still suffered from side effects from burns, and this was the last laser treatment in the United States.

At the time, Kim Phuc was photographed by photographer Nick Ut, who fled to Canada after the war.

Kim Phuc, who was appointed as the UN Goodwill Ambassador for Peace and Culture by UNESCO in 1997, has delivered the message of peace, saying, “I am no longer a victim of war, but a survivor.”