Focus on Advanced Minimally Invasive Therapy, Benefit Domestic and Global Cancer Patients

---Indonesian Doctors Association visits St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou

On the morning of May 9, a delegation led by Dr. Dollar, President of the IDI (Ikatan Dokter Indonesia) Jakarta Barat (Indonesian Doctors Association, West Jakarta), visited St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou. Mr. Lin Shaohua, the director of the operations of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, extended a warm reception for the delegation. The visit aims at learning more about advanced minimally invasive targeted technology, deepening mutual exchange and communication in medical field, developing cutting-edge anticancer technology and benefiting more cancer patients with hope and confidence in cancer treatment.

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Leadership of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou with the delegation

Mr. Lin Shaohua, the director of the operations of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, expressed his warm welcome to the delegation. He said: "As the first Sino-Singapore joint venture and JCI-accredited cancer hospital in China, we have been continuously integrating the latest achievements in medical field and leading the medical technology worldwide. We are committed to providing the most convenient and considerate high-quality medical services for patients at home and abroad. We also attracted and helped many cancer patients through our offices in Indonesia and also built connection with many medical organizations in Indonesia. Therefore, I sincerely hope that through the visit, our friendship shall be deepened, cooperation reached and better medical services provided for more cancer patients.

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Mr.Lin Shaohua exchanges souvenir with Dr. Dollar

Dr. Dollar, President of the IDI (Ikatan Dokter Indonesia) Jakarta Barat (Indonesian Doctors Association, West Jakarta), expressed his sincere gratitude for the hospitality. He introduced the medical situation in Indonesia and said: "St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou has advanced minimally invasive techniques for cancer, while the solutions for cancer in Indonesia remain only radiotherapy, chemotherapy and surgery. I hope that this visit will deepen our understanding of minimally invasive techniques for cancer, enhance mutual exchanges and cooperation, and enable more Indonesian patients to benefit from the internationally cutting-edge minimally invasive therapy."

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Members of the delegation conduct in-depth discussions with Professor Peng Xiaochi

During the visit, an interventional therapy for patients with kidney cancer was broadcast live for the delegation. The members of the delegation conducted in-depth discussions on the minimally invasive anticancer technology with Professor Peng Xiaochi. In the afternoon, the delegation visited Indonesian cancer patients in the hospital, inquired about the patient's condition in detail, and wished them a quick recovery. Dr. Dollar said: "In Indonesia, many patients with advanced cancer are often given up. However, when I visited the St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and communicated with patients, I found that many advanced cancer patients survived after treatment here. These successful treatment experiences are worth learning for hospitals in Indonesia."

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Touring around the hospital

After an in-depth understanding of the medical technology and hospital environment, the delegation greatly appreciated the minimally invasive anti-cancer technology, the facilities, MDT (Multidisciplinary Team) and humanized medical service. The members of the delegation commented: "the visit has benefited us with the opportunity to acquaint the cutting-edge minimally invasive anti-cancer technology. The JCI-accredited management of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is such a good example."

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Visiting cancer patients

St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is committed to developing minimally invasive cancer treatment technology, innovating the diagnosis & treatment mode of joint consultation by Multidisciplinary Team, effectively combining minimally invasive therapy with traditional Chinese medicine to provide high-quality and comprehensive treatment options for patients at home and abroad. Up till now, St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou has attracted patients from more than 50 countries and regions including Europe, America, Hong Kong, Macao and Southeast Asia.

In recent years, with the advancement of China's the One Belt One Road initiative, friendly exchanges and cooperation between China and Indonesia have become increasingly frequent, which provides an opportunity and new ideas for communication in medical field. We will strive to help more patients suffering cancer in Indonesia.

*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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