TIVAPTotally Implantable Venous-Access Ports (cancer treatment)
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In the 1970s, the Bukat were located at Metelunai and some at Nanga Balang (Alung Balang, a Kereho village) on the upper Kapuas; at Nanga Obat (Bucher's Alung Howat) and Nanga Selirung (or Salirung) on the Mendalam; and at Nanga Putan (Bucher's Alung Putan) on the Sibau (or Tawiou); as well in one village (Noha Tivap; Bucher's Linga Tibab), near Long Apari, on the upper Mahakam.
He focused his work on the Bukat at Noha Tivap [Photo 12], and neither the Aoheng nor the Seputan appear to have been of much interest to him.
From Noha Tivap, he certainly took the Huvung path.