China's Fuda Cancer Hospital to hold seminar, consultation in Pampanga

CITY OF SAN FERNANDO -- China’s renowned cancer hospital, Fuda Cancer Hospital, is set to conduct a health lecture seminar and consultation sessions in this capital city on April 30.

The Fuda Cancer Hospital, based in Guangzhou China, is a tertiary specialized cancer hospital and is one of the national key clinical (cancer) hospitals designated by the Chinese Government since 2010.

The specialty health institute is also affiliated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Guangzhou Institute of Biomedicine Center and Health for cancer research and Jinan University School of Medicine.

It has dealt extensively with cancer using both conventional and innovative treatment, and also does studies on cancer with a research grant amounting to about $2.5 million so far.

In its aim to share knowledge in fighting Cancer, Fuda Cancer Hospital will be hosting a back-to-back activity that aims to impart learnings gained through years of expertise of dealing with the disease.

The health seminar will be held at The Forum at The Orchids Garden on April 30 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Topics to be discussed include New Ideas of Cancer Treatment, Cryosurgical Ablation for Cancer, Irreversible Electroporation (Nano Knife) and Stem Cell Therapy, New Cancer Microvascular Intervention Therapy — Cancer Microvascular Local Intervention, Wellness and Prevention.

Fuda Cancer Hospital, in partnership with GNN TV 44, will also be conducting a Cancer Awareness and Wellness Seminar on April 30, while a Consultation Session for Patients and Relatives will be held on May 1, 2019 both from 9 am to 12 pm at The Orchid Gardens Events Place.


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