Childhood Cancer Family Group                           in the Central Vietnam (CCFGCV)


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Three Star Project in the Central Vietnam                  (November 01, 2008)

1. The Children Cancer Family Group is still supported by ACCL from Japan. The Family Meeting is organised every 3 months. In these meetings, children with cancer anf their families are consoled and recommmended how to keep hygien, prevent some infectious deseases, follow well the intructions of doctors.
2. At present, there are 27 to 30 patients supported and related to the cooperation program from ACCL. It helps patients a lot, especially the poor; they do not worry about the transportation fees and come to hospital regularly to reexamine.
3. From the beginning of the year 2008, the chaiwomen of ACCL and doctors from Japan came twice to Hue Central Hopital in order to exchange information and supplied some medicines as well as medical equipments for inpatients. There was a workshop of the advance in treatment of leukemia. This is very useful.
On behalf of the family group and the doctors who are taking care children with leukemia, I thank ACCL much and I will build a plan for the year 2009.
DR. TRAN THI MINH HUONG.

 

Three Star Project:                                                      (September 14, 2007)

Primary objective : to achieve 30 % increase of 3-year estimated disease-free survival in pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) appearing in the Central VietNam during next 3 years. In order to obtain this objective, ACCL will help the Pediatric Department of Hue Central Hospital by:

1) building trustworthy relationship

2) assisting protocol and monitoring follow-up

3) providing necessary medicine and facilities

4) supporting clinical research

5) training doctors and nurses

6) sharing information: workshop, conference etc.

7) providing economical and psychosocial support to children & their families as well as survivors after treatment                  

(Ms Kazuyo Watanabe)                                          

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