One doctor’s mission to save kids from cancer

Publication date 20 November 2020 | 11:53 | ICT

Dr Hideto Yoshioka, a Japanese doctor who was keen to provide medical assistance to developing countries, built the Japan Heart Children’s Medical Centre in Kandal province to treat child cancer patients whose parents cannot afford to pay

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