Japan Heart on blood drive to save kids

Publication date 26 June 2022 | 20:32 | ICT

Dr HIDETO Yoshioka, a Japanese surgeon and founder of the international paediatric cancer NGO Japan Heart, is ready to perform life-saving operations on children with cancer during his two-week surgical mission to the Kingdom which starts



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