In Việt Nam, there are no official organisations or schools that are specialised for children with Down syndrome, so they mostly depend on their families for care.
The Quảng Nam Province’s Đông Giang District Medical Centre was recognised as a Center of Excellence for Breastfeeding in Việt Nam, providing essential newborn care services to rural and ethnic minority families in the South Central Coast region.
The trade of unborn babies to China and illegal surrogacy have become a serious problem in northern mountainous provinces.
Proposed amendments to the Health Insurance Law will add benefits for insured patients, according to speakers at a conference held on December 18 in HCM City.
Why is it that fewer girls are born in Việt Nam than boys? Aren’t girls equally a treasure and a joy for Vietnamese families?
Hùng Vương Hospital has been recognised as a Center of Excellence for Breastfeeding by the Ministry of Health and Alive & Thrive on November 20.