Ieng Thirith would then be re-evaluated within six months to determine whether she is fit to stand trial, the court said.
Drugs such as crystal meth and ecstasy are now among the top three drugs of use in the 15 east and southeast Asian countries.
In 2010, the group had helped more than 1000 patients a day.
An estimated 4.5 million Cambodian women 15 and older are at risk of developing cervical cancer, and nearly 900 women died in 2008.
The chamber judges were split on whether she should be released from detention or moved to a hospital under detention.
About 400 residents gathered at the New Paradise Restaurant on Oct. 28, raising nearly $16,000 in donations.
Rights group claims that the acid attack throughout the country can reach to 40 cases in each year.
There are no reliable estimates of how many people are stranded in the scores of flooded communities in Bangkok and areas north.
Rights groups say about half of the draft’s 27 articles need to be improved before the law is passed.
Mental trauma remains one of the main issues for Cambodia, a legacy of the Khmer Rouge and the country’s conflicts.
Floods can carry water-borne diseases such as typhoid fever, cholera, leptospirosis and hepatitis A, Dr. Hong, told “Hello VOA.”
Medical experts said her current mental state would prevent her from fully participating in a trial, even by video link.