Vinh Phuc striving to improve healthcare quality Health

Vinh Phuc striving to improve healthcare quality

The northern province of Vinh Phuc has paid due attention this year to training its medical personnel and improving systems in a coordinated manner, to meet the healthcare needs of local people.
The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam Society

The truth about COVID-19 Patient 17 in Vietnam

While the international community recognises and highly values the COVID-19 prevention and control outcomes in Vietnam, as well as the Government’s efforts to minimise the pandemic’s impact on vulnerable groups, guarantee people’s right to medical treatment, and ensure no one is left behind, the story of the 17th patient infected with SARS-CoV-2 in Vietnam published on The New Yorker on September 21 has encountered public backlash due to its lack of objectivity.
Record number of organ transplants performed Health

Record number of organ transplants performed

Doctors from the Vietnam-Germany Friendship Hospital in Hanoi have successfully completed 23 organ transplants over the past 13 days, marking a significant step forward for multi-organ procedures conducted in the country.
People warned not to be complacent about dengue fever Health

People warned not to be complacent about dengue fever

Dengue fever cases dropped significantly in Vietnam during the first eight months of this year, but the country needed to remain vigilant as there were currently cases in 58 provinces and cities and the risk of a greater outbreak was extremely high, experts have said.
International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research Health

International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research

The development of children born from a "freeze-only" transfer is similar to and even better than those born from a "fresh embryo" transfer, according to a study conducted by Vietnamese researchers and published in the international journal Fertility and Sterility.