Making a difference in radiotherapy in Myanmar – an Australian volunteer’s account

Our latest blogpost is from Mr Craig Opie, a radiation therapist/dosimetrist educator from Sydney, Australia. He has recently returned from a 6 month posting, where he trained and worked alongside staff at the Yangon General Hospital. Through recounting his experience, Craig explains how a volunteer role can lead to significant benefits for LMIC radiotherapy departments as well as the volunteers themselves – and ultimately, the many cancer patients within these countries.

Read his blogpost entitled : “A RAPIDLY DEVELOPING COUNTRY – PLAYING ”CATCH UP” WITH RADIATION THERAPY SERVICE PROVISION IN MYANMAR”

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