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Chinese medical team’s work abroad: 1966-2014

Updated: 2018-10-24

For a long time, by providing medical aid, China has contributed immensely to improving world health. Batches of medical teams travelled to the places in need. Ache of diseases and outbreak of epidemic has been alleviated by taking professional and effective measures. Medical teams demonstrated the spirit of China’s health diplomacy extremely well and established friendship between countries. Cameras captured the working moments of Chinese medical teams.

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Medical team members from China are escorting a young Ebola patient into a ward in Freetown, Sierra Leone, on Oct 11, 2014. [Photo by Sun Jie/Xinhua]

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In Victoria, the capital city of Gozo, the second largest island of Malta, a member of the 11th Chinese medical team to Malta is performing acupuncture for an outpatient at the Gozo General Hospital on Aug 21, 2013. [Photo by Li Jiaming/Xinhua]

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A Chinese doctor examines patients at the Kamuzu Central Hospital in Lilongwe, Malawi on April 3, 2012. [Photo by Ding Haitao/Xinhua]

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A doctor from the Peace Ark, China’s naval floating hospital, is doing dental check-up for local children in the Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, on Nov 11, 2011. [Photo by Cha Chunming/Xihua]

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Members of the Chinese medical team are conducting surgery for cataract patients at Chitungwiza Central Hospital, thirty kilometers from Harare, capital city of Zimbabwe in Nov 21, 2010 during the activity of Africa Brightness Trip. [Photoby Li Ping/Xinhua ]

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A doctor from the Chinese International Search and Rescue Team is examining an injured victim of tsunami at a hospital in Banda Acheh, Indonesia on Jan 15, 2005. [Photo by Gong Bing/Xinhua]

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Chinese ophthalmologists assisted by local nurses perform an outpatient surgery for a patient in 1997 at Hodeida Hospital in Yemen. [Photo by Cheng Chunxiang/Xinhua]

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An elderly Algerian talks delightfully with Chinese doctors about his quick recovery on Dec 14, 1966. The patient, who suffered from severe lung abscess, traveled more than 60 kilometers to the base of the Chinese medical team. After more than two months of treatment, he could not only eat, but also walk, and continued to get better by the day. [Photo/Xinhua]

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In July, 1966, Chinese medical team members do a cardiac surgery for a 17-year-old student in Mogadishu, Somalia, first of its kind in the history of Somalia. [Photo/Xinhua]


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