In the afternoon of July 24th, Wu Jialing, Assistant General Manager of Kuala Lumpur Office of Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, on behalf of the office, visited more than 20 Malaysian patients in the hospital and sent fruit baskets and greetings to each Malaysian patients.
Assistant General Manager of the Kuala Lumpur office, Wu Jialing, Head Nurse of each floor and Malay interpreter, Zhong Lili, visited each Malaysian patient and sent fruit baskets and greetings.
The Malaysian patients were very surprised and happy to see the hospital staff. The Kuala Lumpur office sent a representative to visit them, which was very touching.Anuncle couldn't help but give a thumbs up to the staff and praised the hospital for caring about them so much, not only for its professional medical technology, but also for its humanistic care.
An aunt felt very cordial when she saw Wu Jianing, the assistant to the general manager of the Kuala Lumpur office，Seeing compatriots in a foreign country, there is a feeling of seeing relatives, and it is natural to chat with Wu Jianing aboutfamily life, sharing their daily checks and life plans after theyreturn to Malaysia, but also entrusted Wu Jianning to help her bring a document back to Malaysia, Wu Jianning readily agreed, but also said to the aunt:“If there is anything you need help with, just look for us!”
Wu Jianning, Assistant General Manager of the Kuala Lumpur office, carefully inquired about the condition of each Malaysian patient, urged them to pay attention to their health, and conveyed the office's blessings to them, and said that the Kuala Lumpur office was very concerned about their situation.
St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou is an international JCI oncology hospital, featuring minimally invasive interventional therapy for tumors, with 18 international cutting-edge technologies, and adopting MDT multidisciplinary joint diagnosis and treatment mode to provide patients with high-quality medical services.Ourhospital not only has professional medical technology, but also has intimate humanistic care, which makes patients feel at home in the hospital.
*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.