China-Vietnam Exchanges Promote Cooperation and Seek Common Development of Medical Care: A Delegation of Vietnamese Experts Visited the Belt and Road Integrated Oncology Training Base
In recent years, with the advancement of the Belt and Road, the construction of medical communities between China and Southeast Asian countries has continued to blossom , and the exchanges and cooperation between St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and Southeast countries have also been comprehensively deepened, promoting the cooperation and development of medical services between China and Southeast countries.

On November 27, in order to further promote the medical exchanges and communication of Southeast Asian countries along the Belt and Road, seek common development and progress in the medical industry, and benefit more cancer patients. The delegation of Vietnamese experts was invited to visit St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou (Guangdong), the Belt and Road Integrated Oncology Medical Training Base of the China Anti-Cancer Association for exchange , Wang Huaizhong, President of the Hospital, Yang Jinna, Director of the Hospital Office, He Langbing, Director of the International Affairs Department, Wang Junlan, Director of the Nursing Department, and other hospital leaders warmly welcomed the arrival of the delegation.

【Group photo of leaders of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou and others with the delegation of Vietnamese experts】

President Wang Huaizhong delivered a welcome speech: First of all, he extended a warm welcome to the visiting delegation, and briefly introduced the medical advantages of the hospital, the strength of the hospital as a Belt and Road Integrated Oncology Training Base, and the future imagination of exchanges and cooperation between the two sides. It’s hoped that through mutual learning, adhere to complementary advantages, and ultimately achieve the goal of mutually beneficial cooperation, at the starting point of the Belt and Road, promote the common progress of medical care of both sides. Through the promotion and popularization of the Chinese Guidelines for Integrated Diagnosis and Treatment of Oncology (CACA), we will bring cutting-edge cancer technologies and treatment concepts to Vietnam, so that new technologies and concepts can benefit more people.

【Speech by President Wang Huaizhong】
【Souvenir gift】

Learning from each other's strengths and making progress together

The delegation of Vietnamese experts visited the basic departments, International cancer ward, VIP ward, information system, remote consultation center, etc. of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou.The delegation observed minimally invasive surgeries and interventional surgeries on site, and gained an in-depth understanding of the hospital's infrastructure, cultural construction, and technical advantages.

【The Vietnamese expert delegation visits to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou】

Later, oncologists from St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou held an academic discussion with Vietnamese experts.

Professor Song Shijun, chief expert of the hospital, introduced the composition and advantages of the MDT team of Modern Cancer Hospital, and the experts from both sides exchanged views on the current cancer diagnosis model.

"MDT is an interdisciplinary and multi-professional diagnosis and treatment model that integrates expert resources from various fields to provide patients with comprehensive and multi-perspective treatment recommendations. This model can avoid the limitations of a single field and improve the accuracy and effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment. Provide a more comprehensive and personalized treatment plan for cancer patients. At the same time, our hospital has set up an MDT remote consultation expert group to achieve international and localized consultation by connecting experts from all over the world. We sincerely hope to work with Vietnamese experts to establish a remote consultation team of the hospital's Vietnam group MDT to work together to develop a more suitable diagnosis and treatment plan for Vietnamese patients. ”

【Group photo for Professor Song Shijun and Vietnamese experts】

The delegation of Vietnamese experts expressed their hope that the strengths of medical experts from both countries can be pooled together to establish a model of diagnosis and treatment that is suitable for local Vietnamese patients.

Minimally Invasive Tumor Technology Benefits Patients around the World

Professor Peng Xiaochi, an international oncologist, shared the Optimization of Cancer Treatment, introduced 18 internationally minimally invasive techniques of the hospital, explained in details the cutting-edge cancer minimally invasive technologies such as Interventional Therapy, Combine knife, and Drug-eluting Beads, and vividly interpreted them in combination with cases.

【Professor Peng Xiaochi, Chief International Oncologist】

【The Vietnamese delegation of experts listened attentively】

Professor Peng said: The advantages of minimally invasive cancer treatment at St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou are Small trauma, quick effect, quick recovery, precise positioning, clear treatment, which greatly avoids the destruction of traditional surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy on the patient's body and the immunity, prolong their survival and relieve their pain. For patients with middle and late stage of cancer who are not suitable for surgery, the treatment effect is remarkable. Among them, the Chinese Guidelines for Integrated Diagnosis and Treatment of Oncology (CACA), which brings together the experience and wisdom of China's top oncologists, focuses on minimally invasive cancer technologies. This is a cancer diagnosis and treatment guide suitable for Chinese and Asian races. However, many of these cutting-edge technologies and concepts have not been popularized and applied in Southeast Asian countries, and it’s hoped that through this exchange, Vietnamese experts can bring the CACA guidelines back to Vietnam for popularization and promotion, so that more patients can benefit.

【The Vietnamese expert delegation visits patients in hospital】

The Vietnamese expert delegation said: After this visit and exchange, we have a better understanding of tumor diagnosis and treatment and minimally invasive cancer technologies. We also visited cancer patients in this hospital. The hospital’s successful cases of using minimally invasive cancer technologist to treat patients in the middle and late stages are worth learning from. Now, we are an important partner under the Belt and Road strategy, and St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, as the Chinese Anti-Cancer Association's Belt and Road integrated cancer medical training base, has advanced treatment technologies and concepts, and we hope to use this as an opportunity to build a medical communication platform between the two countries, and jointly promote the medical development of the two countries through talent exchange, technical training, resource integration, information sharing and other measures.

*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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