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- Promotion of integrated healthcare for Hong Kong and Macau residents in the Greater Bay Area during COVID-19 (21 June 2023)
- Study confirms ultrasound-guided manual vacuum aspiration as a reliable method for first-trimester miscarriage (25 May 2023)
- Implementation of ovarian tissue cryopreservation: a choice for young female cancer survivors in Hong Kong (24 February 2023)
- Case reports on lipoprotein-X hyperlipidaemia in Chinese paediatric patients with liver graft-versus-host disease post-hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (20 February 2023)
- Subcutaneous formulation of trastuzumab: a cost-saving therapy in Hong Kong (3 February 2023)
- COVID vaccinations for dialysis patients to reduce risk of death, says health expert (16 January 2023)