More measures are set to be taken by Hà Nội authorities to improve local population quality.
On the morning of May 22, Nguyễn Thị Liên, 28, sat on her bed at K Hospital in Hà Nội surrounded by medical equipment awaiting surgery that afternoon.
Vice President Đặng Thị Ngọc Thịnh handed over Tết gifts, each worth VNĐ1 million (US$44.5), to 100 cancer patients during her visit to the Hà Nội Oncology Hospital in Hà Nội on Saturday.
Regular health check-ups will give you the peace of mind to an overall healthy lifestyle and to either maintain or achieve good health. Prof. Dr. Roswitha Budge from Hanoi French Hospital offers answers to common questions about regular health check-ups.
The Ngày mai tươi sáng (Bright Future) Fund for Cancer Patients on Friday donated 100 gifts and cash worth VNĐ1 million (US$44.5) to cancer patients at Bạch Mai General Hospital.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân presented gifts to children with cancer receiving treatment at the National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion in Hà Nội yesterday as the Tết (traditional Vietnamese New Year) holiday approaches.
Patients with Peutz-Jeghers syndrome need frequent cancer screenings as the likelihood of developing cancer is high, according to doctors.
The HCM City Sponsoring Association for Poor Patients (SAPP) has raised over VNĐ1 trillion (US$46.46 million) from various community sources to help the poor over the past 25 years.
Deputy Prime Minister Vũ Đức Đam on Thursday asked Hà Nội to put in place an individual medical records system for local residents as soon as possible.