Signing Ceremony with Vietnamese Ambassador for Cancer Prevention and Treatment
In the morning of Dec. 15, 2016, Hang Thi Cuc, honored as people’s artist of Vietnam, officially signed a cooperative agreement with St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and has become the ambassador of cancer prevention and treatment in Vietnam.
Hang Thi Cuc signs the cooperative agreement with Director He Langbing
Vietnam is a country with high incidence rate and mortality of cancer, but local hospitals mainly equip with conventional technologies such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Hang Thi Cuc was diagnosed with breast cancer 6 years ago. After surgery and six sessions of chemotherapy in local hospital, she was in rather weak condition due to the side effects of treatment. While underwent minimally invasive treatment combining natural therapy with traditional Chinese medicine, she got good condition and enhanced immunity. According to Hang Thi Cuc, many cancer patients, even those with willingness and finance for treatment, had no choice but to face death due to lack of effective treatment. On the platform provided by St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, she hopes to share her personal experience with more people and help them access to knowledge about cancer prevention and treatment and especially cutting-edge cancer therapies, furthermore to help them get rid of disease and regain health.
Hang Thi Cuc hold the gift which indicates success, presented by our hospital
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, accredited by JCI (Joint Commission International), has two offices respectively located at Hanoi and Hochiminh in Vietnam to help more cancer patients through free cancer symposiums, free consultation, etc. The cooperative agreement with Hang Thi Cuc will strengthen medical connection between St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and Vietnam, and will promote mutual medical culture exchange and transmit minimally invasive cancer therapies meanwhile arouse Vietnamese’s awareness of cancer prevention and treatment and thoroughly improve their health.
Hang Thi Cuc visits Vietnamese patients at our hospital
In the afternoon of Dec. 15th, Hang Thi Cuc attended the interview in St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. The following are the excerpts from the interview of Hang Thi Cuc, as the ambassador of cancer prevention and treatment:
1. How did you tie to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou?
Hang Thi Cuc: I got to know St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou online before I took surgery and chemotherapy at Vietnamese local hospital. I also went to Hanoi office for consultation once, but I didn’t go to the hospital for some reasons. Until my condition became rather weak after treatment in Vietnam, I decided to go to Guangzhou for treatment. Finally underwent minimally invasive therapies, I got great improvement.
2. Comparing with hospital in Vietnam, what do you think are the advantages of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou?
Hang Thi Cuc: St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou has high-quality service and high medical level with many cutting-edge minimally invasive cancer therapies such as interventional therapy, Cryotherapy, targeted therapy, combination of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine therapy and so on.
3. What is your original intention for being the ambassador of cancer prevention and treatment for St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou?
Hang Thi Cuc: On the one hand, I underwent treatment here for a long period, so I trust doctors and advanced treatment. On the other hand, I serve as Vice president of BOAI anticancer club in Vietnam. When some cancer patients ask me about effective treatment, as a person sharing anticancer experience before, I’d like to offer help.
4. Do you have any words you’d like to share with other cancer patients?
Hang Thi Cuc: Every cancer patient should have faith that cancer doesn’t mean death. Take treatment and believe in yourself, doctor and technique. In addition, cherish deep love for life and yourself, do remember to keep struggling against the disease. There’s always hope.