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NGO THI THU HUONG, a Vietnamese colon cancer patient, and her sister gave their personally handmade paintings as gifts to the staff and interpreters to express their heartfelt gratitude.
Last November 24, 2016, St. Stamford (MCHG) organized an enriching activity for the patients with a theme, “Be Grateful, Start from the Word ‘Thank you!”. This is in line with the celebration of Thanksgiving Day when people gather and feast toge
Phua Thin Kui, a lung cancer patient who took treatments from St. Stamford MCHG, had a golden wedding ceremony.
In order to benefit the cancer patients in Malaysia, 10 media representatives from Malaysia visited St.Stamford Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou to focus on new technology for treating cancer from August 9th to August 11th.
On April 30th, Wang Bing Shi stopped the heartbeat suddenly. Doctors and nurses from Modern Cancer Hospital Guangzhou took emergency aid to restore the heartbeat and maintain his breath by respirator. On May 6th, Wang Bing Shi has taken rid of the res