On August 12, 2023,Indonesian Traditional Health Commission Chairman SUNARTO HARDJO SOETOPO, Vice Chairman SURYAWAN ANG and others, and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines Secretary-General Mr Balagtas Jr Dela Rosa and others visited St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, aiming to learn the hospital's advanced cancer minimally invasive technology and comprehensive medical service system, promote the exchange of cancer treatment technology, seek cooperation and develop together.
Wang Huaizhong, President of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, and the leadersof the hospitalextended a warm welcome to the visiting group and the delegation on behalf of the hospital.
President Wang Huaizhong said thatas a US JCI-accredited international high-end cancer hospital ,wehas 18 international cutting-edge technologies and an MDT multidisciplinary expert team, Now, it has also become the sixth training base of the“Belt and Road”Integrated Oncology Medical Training Project of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association. It is hoped that through this medical exchange, the hospital and Indonesia and the Philippines can further strengthen the cooperation and exchange in the field of cancer prevention and treatment, and jointly promote the development of cancer treatment technology, so as to provide more Southeast Asian cancer patients with high-quality medical services.
Subsequently, the hospital staff ledthe delegation from theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines to visit the interior of the hospital, including theInterventionRoom,MinimallyInvasiveRoom, VIP ward,InformationSystem,RemoteConsultationCenter, andDiningRoom.
The visiting group of theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines also visited the Indonesian patients and Manila patients in the hospital, sent them greeting fruit baskets, cared about their treatment and physical condition, and wished them a speedy recovery.
During this visit, the hospital also arranged for Professor Peng Xiaochi from the hospital’s oncology department to give lectures, introducing the three minimally invasive technologies forcancertreatment,Cryotherapy,Particle knife andNanoknife, to the delegation of theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines.These minimally invasivetechnologiesare accurate, effective, small incision, non-toxic and side effects, and have a very good effect on the treatment of solidcancer. The atmosphere at the scene wasso good, the delegation of theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines also asked Professor Peng Xiaochi questions and studies on the spot.
SUNARTO HARDJO SOETOPO, chairman of theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission, affirmed the advanced minimally invasivetechnologyof St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, and highly affirmed this medical academic exchange trip. He hoped that the hospital and Indonesia will be more effective in tumor treatment in the future. There will be further cooperation and exchanges in the field to bring high-qualitycancertreatment resources to more Indonesian patients.
In the afternoon, the delegationof theIndonesian Traditional Health Commission and the Manila Medical Association of the Philippines attended the unveiling ceremony of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association (CACA) to set up the Belt and Road Integrated Oncology Medical Training Base (Guangdong).
As the sixth training base, St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou will, on this basis, join hands with the China Anti-Cancer Association to face the countries along the Belt and Road and promote CACA guidelines, personnel training, cooperation andmedicalexchange, popular science education, and international training. Carry out work in remote consultation and other aspects, promote the spread ofour country's advanced treatment technology to Southeast Asian countries, and benefitcancerpatients in China and countries along the Belt and Road.
*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.