The two patients were the 49-year-old mother and 16-year-old sister of Nguyen Thi Du, one of eight Japan-invested Nihon Plast Company employees sent to train in Wuhan City, the epicenter of the virus outbreak. The group returned to Vietnam on January 17, with six testing positive for the virus and two others still under observation. … [Read more...] about Two more coronavirus patients leave Vinh Phuc hospital
Jakarta (VNA) – The number of lung cancer patients in Indonesia has increased nearly 10-fold compared to 15 years ago, data from the Indonesian Lung Association (PDPI) showed. Notably, the number of male patients account for 88.8 percent, compared to 11.2 percent in women. Chair of the Cancer Information and Support Center (CISC) Aryanthi Baramuli Putri said the Indonesian government is trying to reduce the prevalence of lung cancer through the optimisation of health facilities and treatment for lung cancer. However, the large number of smokers is one of the reasons for the rising number of cancer patients in Indonesia, she added. PDPI Chairperson Dr Agus Dwi Susanto revealed that more than 80 percent of lung cancer patients receive treatment only after they enter the final stage. Therefore, regular medical checkups and anti-smoking campaigns are vital to lung cancer prevention, he affirmed./. … [Read more...] about Lung cancer patients in Indonesia surge
Hanoi (VNA) – A three-month-old baby from the northern province of Vinh Phuc, Vietnam’s youngest coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patient, has been successfully treated, according to the National Children’s Hospital. The baby tested positive for the virus on February 11 after her grandmother had contact with a coronavirus patient on January 22. The baby and her mother stayed at the grandmother’s house for four days from January 26 to 29. After her grandmother tested positive for the virus, the local disease monitoring centre made a list of people who had contact with her, including the baby and her mother. Five days before she was hospitalised, the baby showed symptoms of coughing, a runny nose, and slight fever. She was examined and quarantined at a local clinic in Binh Xuyen district, Vinh Phuc. After testing positive for the novel coronavirus, the patient was transferred to the National Children’s Hospital the same day. As of February 13, she … [Read more...] about Three-month-old coronavirus patient successfully treated
The information with high accuracy not only provides WHO with data but also helps Vietnam understand the epidemiology of diseases caused by this virus. The information with high accuracy not only provides WHO with data but also helps Vietnam understand the epidemiology of diseases caused by this virus. … [Read more...] about Covid-2019: what can Vietnam’s scientists do?
ĐẮK LẮK — Thousands of free lunches have been provided for poor, underprivileged patients at 14 hospitals in the Central Highlands province of Đắk Lắk, inspired by the story of two cups of coffee – “One On The Wall” – set in Venice, Italy. … [Read more...] about Rice plate on the wall