Charity porridge for poor patients

Charity porridge for poor patients

(VOVWORLD) - Every Tuesday, Saturday, and Sunday, the Autumn charity group and their friends cook porridge for poor patients at 6 hospitals in Hanoi. The free meals show their compassion for...
Blood donation saves lives of patients

Blood donation saves lives of patients

(VOVWORLD) - More than 9 million units of blood have been donated over the past 10 years through blood donation campaigns across the country, essentially meeting the blood demand for medical...
Dedicated physician saves thousands of lives

Dedicated physician saves thousands of lives

(VOVWORLD) - For more than 15 years, doctor Dang The Vy in Ninh Thuan province has treated thousands of patients with tuberculosis and pulmonary diseases, many of them poor ethnic people....
Deputy PM presents gifts to cancer patients

Deputy PM presents gifts to cancer patients

(VOVWORLD) -Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam visited and presented gifts to medical staff of Hospital K and poor cancer patients in Hanoi’s outlying district of Tan Trieu on...
29/11/2017

29/11/2017

Highlights: - Possible cure of cancer that is ready to be tested on patients next year - Myths of how to get weight loss during winter - How to pack light for cold weather - The...
Vietnam redoubles efforts to fight HIV/AIDS

Vietnam redoubles efforts to fight HIV/AIDS

(VOVWORLD) - Vietnam reported 6,800 new HIV carriers and 3,500 AIDS patients between January and September this year. The incidence of HIV infection in Vietnam has dropped two thirds...
Hamas closes border between Israel and Gaza

Hamas closes border between Israel and Gaza

(VOVworld) – The Hamas Jihad Movement on Sunday closed the border crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel following the assassination of one of its senior commanders. The closing also applies...
Ta Thi Chung, a Doctor of Agent Orange patients

Ta Thi Chung, a Doctor of Agent Orange patients

(VOVworld) – For three decades, Doctor Ta Thi Chung has cared for and taught nearly 200 children affected by Agent Orange. Children at the Hoa Binh (Peace) Village call her “grandmother”