Leaders of St. Stamford International Medical Group visited the Philippine Consulate in Guangzhou

On July 27, 2023, St. Stamford International Medical Group Chairman Lin Zhicheng, Chief Medical Officer Lin Daoxuan, Chief Administrative Officer Jin Nongyi and other leaders visited the Philippine Consulate in Guangzhou. they met with the consul general and his party to strengthen the friendship between the two sides, promote the exchange and development of our country's cancer treatment technology with the Philippines and Southeast Asian countries, and benefit more cancer patients in the world.


Lin Zhicheng and his team from St. Stamford International Medical Group took a group photo with the Philippine Consulate


Accompanied by the staff, the leaders of St. Stamford International Medical Group visited the environment and cultural construction of the consulate, communicated cordially with the consul general, and further discussed the cooperation between the two countries in the medical field and the development of minimally invasivecancertreatment technology.


Marshall LouisM. Alferez, the Consul General of the Philippine Consulate in Guangzhou, also told us that one of his relatives suffered from cancer. After careful treatment in our hospital, the effect was very good and satisfactory. Therefore, they express their heartfelt thanks to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou.


Afterwards, the leaders of St. Stamford International Medical Group and members of the consulate exchanged business cards, and presented the consulate with a precious souvenir of "Success Immediately upon Arrival".


Give a souvenir to the consulate


Finally, Chairman Lin of St. Stamford International Medical Group sincerely invited the Consul General to attend the unveiling ceremony of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association to set up the“Belt and Road” Integrated Oncology Medical Training Base (Guangdong) on August 11.


The Chinese Anti-Cancer Association is a national first-level society. From 2017 to 2022, it will continue to undertake the“Belt and Road”international joint training center project for cancer professionals of the China Association for Science and Technology. Modern Hospital Guangzhou, a subsidiary of St. Stamford International Medical Group, is the sixth training base of the China Anti-Cancer Association's“Belt and Road”integrated tumor medicine. With 18 international cutting-edge technologies and MDT multidisciplinary expert team, it has been committed to the minimally invasive treatment of tumors.


It is believed that after the launching ceremony of the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association (CACA) to set up the“Belt and Road”Integrated Oncology Medical Training Base on August 11, St. Stamford International Medical Group will use the training base as the basis to apply advanced tumor treatment technologies to more Southeast Asian countries, promote the development of cancer research and treatment, and provide better medical services for cancer patients!

*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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