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Charity Group Shan Xin from Malaysia Visits St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

On the morning of December 19th, a delegation of Charity Group Shan Xin from Malaysia, led by SAE-LIM SUKANYA, the director of the group, arrived at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. The leadership of MCHG including Mr. Tu Xiaoming, the general manager, Mr. Lin Shaohua, the president of operation, extended a warm reception to the delegation.

Mr. Lin Shaohua, the president of operation of St. Stamford MCHG, expressed warm welcome to the delegation. Mr. Lin said: "I hope the exchange to strengthen the mutual cooperation and to give full play to the social benefits of the charity group, relying on the technical strength of MCHG in the field of minimally invasive cancer therapy. We also hope to pass positiveness among cancer patients, to stimulate more people's kindness and to bring hope for more cancer patients.”

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The leadership of MCHG and the Charity Group Shan Xin from Malaysia

A live operation of interventional therapy was arranged to deepen the understanding on minimally invasive therapy. Dr. Zhong Xiaojun, a specialist in minimally invasive therapy, explained the principles and technical characteristics of interventional therapy in detail. The delegation showed great interest in minimally invasive therapy. The members of the delegation listened carefully to the introduction and praised the efficiency and convenience of the minimally invasive anticancer technology of St. Stamford MCHG and the precision of the operation.

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 Conducting mutual exchange in Remote Consultation Center of St. Stamford MCHG

Led by He Liangqiong, the Director of quality control department of St. Stamford MCHG, the delegation made a tour around the hospital, visiting all departments, Remote Consultation Center, VIP wards and also public kitchen. With a comprehensive understanding of the environment, departments and service of St. Stamford MCHG, the members of the Charity Group Shan Xin spoke highly of the fully implementation of JCI criterion in St. Stamford MCHG.

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The Charity Group Shan Xin Visits Kong Chee Kin

The delegation of the Charity Group Shan Xin also paid a visit to Kong Chee Kin, a hospitalized esophageal cancer patient, who was told in Malaysian hospital that he could only rely on intubation to eat. But he didn’t give up, he kept looking for better treatment. Fortunately, the Charity Group Shan Xin helped him to get access to minimally invasive therapy in St. Stamford MCHG, which gave him motivation and expectation for life.

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The Charity Group Shan Xin Visits GUAI IMM GOH

The delegation also visited breast cancer patient GUAI IMM GOH. She said happily: "The hospital and the doctors are very powerful. After two sessions of minimally invasive therapy, my tumor has shrunk by 80%. The treatment is really effective. Doctors and nurses are particularly concerned about my condition. They are caring and friendly. "

Up till now, St. Stamford MCHG has successfully helped large amount of patients from Southeast Asian countries with raising Boai Found of more than millions of Chinese yuan yearly. The visit was expected to offer a platform for further cooperation between the Charity Group Shan Xin from Malaysia and St. Stamford MCHG, benefiting more cancer patients with cutting-edge cancer treatment.

*Surgery, in addition to the appropriate chemotherapy and radiotherapy, are effective in treating early cancer, but certain patients in late stage of cancer may not be tolerate surgery well as they can be relatively weak. A combination of carefully planned minimally invasive therapy, chemotherapy or radiotherapy can effectively reduce the side effects and discomfort of treatment and may help patient get better efficacy.

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