2019 Myanmar-Taiwan International Medical Aid. Severely Ill Little Let Returns to Myanmar. “Giving Thanks” Press Conference2019/5/30
Taiwan's love reaches Myanmar! In August 2018, an 11-year-old girl, Little Let, from Myanmar with Goldenhar syndrome came to Taiwan for medical care after receiving USD$100,000 from Pou Chen Group, a Taiwanese company long-established in Myanmar. After successfully undergoing 7 months of surgical treatment, where she had correction of her visual impairments and reconstruction of her right ear, Little Let happily returned home last month and started school again.
Taiwan-Myanmar International Charity Medical Program. Press Conference for Little Girl – Let Returning to Homeland2019/4/3
Taiwan's international charity medical program is on the spotlight again by delivering love to Myanmar. The 11-year-old girl
Breast cancer is a common cancer diagnosed in Taiwanese women; the incidence rate increases annually and happens to younger people now.
The fast-changing application of AI (artificial intelligence) technology is expanding to different sectors and industries to become the world’s most popular development, including great accomplishments in the medical field.
Periorbital and Tear Duct Surgery through Endoscopy and Navigation System | Protecting the Optic Nerve and Extrinsic Eye Muscles2019/2/13
There various diseases related to periorbital that require precision surgery to avoid injuring the optic nerve and extrinsic eye muscles.