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Focused on the New development of Medical Care in China and Thailand: An Academic Exchange Meeting with Thai Media Delegation Was Successfully Held in Our Hospital

On October 26th -27th, Thai mainstream media, including Thailand Health Channel, Thailand TV3, Thailand TV5, Thailand TV9, Terra, PPTV, Daily News, etc., visited the "Belt and Road" Integrated Oncology Training Base (Guangdong) of China Anti-cancer Association (CACA) - St. Stamford Guangzhou Modern Cancer Hospital. General Manager Lin Xinwei, President Wang Huaizhong, Yang Jinna, director of the hospital office, and other hospital leaders warmly greeted the arrival of the delegation. The main purpose of the media delegation is to promote medical and cultural exchanges between the two countries, promote cutting-edge minimally invasive oncology technology, disseminate new oncology diagnosis and treatment concepts, focus on the "One Belt, One Road", and promote the further development of China-Thailand medical care.

【A group photo of the leaders of the hospital and the Thai media delegation】

Wang Huaizhong, President of Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, expressed in his speech that:  based on the medical concept of "love without borders, medicine without borders", our hospital has built more than ten medical assistance centers in Southeast Asia and other countries, and brought minimally invasive technology and high-quality medical services to the patients of Southeast Asia countries, such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Based on the training base, it will strengthen medical cooperation with Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries, promote the application of CACA guidelines in Southeast Asian countries, and bring new medical technologies and new diagnosis and treatment concepts to local people.

The arrival of the Thai mainstream media delegation has built a bridge for medical exchanges between China and Thailand, disseminated and popularized cutting-edge anti-cancer technologies for the public, and brought hope for treatment to more cancer patients, which is of great social significance.

【Speech by President Wang Huaizhong】

Site visit to witness the strength of the International Cancer Hospital

In order to let the media delegation have a more specific and comprehensive understanding of the hospital environment and technology, the delegation visited the basic departments of the hospital, the remote consultation center, the information system, the international oncology ward, the catering workshop, and the sky garden.

【A delegation of Thai media visited the hospital】

The hospital also arranged observation of interventional and minimally invasive surgeries so that the media delegation could visualize the treatment process of the patients. During the doctors' skillful operation, the patients hardly felt any discomfort.

The media delegation said that the hospital environment, hospital facilities and equipment, and the surgical level of doctors and experts are all top-notch compared to Thailand, and they saw the comprehensive strength of an international hospital during the visit.

In-depth exchange and knowledge of new tumor diagnostic and treatment modalities

In order to allow the media delegation to further deepen their understanding of the hospital's diagnosis and treatment model and medical technology, the hospital arranged MDT medical team exchanges and technical lectures.

At St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, the MDT multidisciplinary diagnosis and treatment model has become the mainstream method of cancer treatment. Song Shijun, chief expert of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, said, “The MDT medical team is a multi-disciplinary collaboration that focuses on the patient’s condition, The best plan for scientific, reasonable, and standardized personalized comprehensive treatment should be formulated based on factors such as physical condition, psychological endurance, and family economic status.In order to ensure high-quality diagnosis and treatment advice and the best treatment plan, avoid overdiagnosis and misdiagnosis and mistreatment, finally obtain the best curative effect with the least pain. "Saint Danfu Guangzhou modern cancer hospital in order to better serve Southeast Asia and countries around the world patients, set up MDT medical team remote consultation, even if thousands of miles away from the patient can also communicate face to face with international famous doctors, for the patient provides faster, more comprehensive mode of diagnosis and treatment.

【MDT Medical Team of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou】
【Media delegation communicates with MDT medical team】

Immediately afterwards, the media delegation attended two technical lectures.

First of all, the chief international oncologist Peng Xiaochi shared "Precision Minimally Invasive Treatment of Tumor". Director Peng mainly introduced the cutting-edge minimally invasive treatment technologies such as intervention, Combo Knife, drug-carrying microspheres, etc., and made a detailed explanation in terms of the principle and operation techniques combined with the specific cases. Minimally invasive treatment improves the quality of life and prolongs the survival period for patients in middle and advanced stages.

【Lecture by Prof. Peng Xiaochi, Chief International Tumor Expert】

The second lecture was given by Song Shijun, chief expert of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, who shared "The Prevention and Treatment of Lung Cancer". Starting from specific tumor types, he analyzed the different effects of minimally invasive treatment technology and traditional treatment on tumors, and the different effects of minimally invasive treatment on tumors. advantages etc. He said: For some patients with advanced cancer, minimally invasive treatment may be their last hope.

【Lecture by Professor Song Shijun, Chief Expert of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou】

Proven With Results, Highly Recognized By Patients

In order to further understand the situation of patients in the hospital, the Thai media delegation interviewed patients from different countries such as Thailand and Indonesia. Although these patients came from different countries, they all highly recognized the treatment technology of the hospital. It is reported that most of the patients received by the hospital are middle and advanced stage cancer patients, who have given up the treatment locally, but the minimally invasive treatment technology of St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou has brought them new hope. After receiving minimally invasive treatment, most of the patients can coexist with cancer and have a high quality of life.

【Media delegation interviewing patients】

Ms. Wei (the first one on the left in the picture above), a Thai patient, said in an interview: I am very lucky to came to St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou, and I feel very relieved to be treated here. There are professional interpreters here, so I don't have to worry about the language barrier, and professional nutritionists, so I don't have to worry about the food not being to my liking, and there are a lot of activities, festivals, outings and so on, and the medical staffs are taking good care of each patient, and they don't have any sense of strangeness in a foreign country at all. They are not only treating my disease, but also comforting my soul. I got a new life here."

【Professor Song Shijun showed the CACA Guidelines to the media delegation】

The Thai media delegation said: St. Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou has advanced minimally invasive tumor technology and cutting-edge diagnosis and treatment concepts, which are worth learning from the Thai medical community. Here we see that patients with intermediate and advanced tumors can receive good treatment and live a high-quality life, which gives other patients hope. We will shoulder our social responsibilities as a media person, promote advanced cancer technology in Thailand, let more people know about new cancer treatment technologies, and give cancer patients more choices.

In recent years, with the advancement of the development strategy of "One Belt, One Road", the friendly exchanges and cooperation of Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou in Southeast Asia and other countries will become more and more frequent. This provides a good opportunity for medical exchanges and cooperation between China and Thailand, and new diagnostic and treatment concepts, international cutting-edge minimally invasive oncology technology will be disseminated and popularized to Thailand, bringing hope and light to those cancer patients who have lost confidence in life.

*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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