By: Chang Ming-hsuan and Ko Lin
The 38-year-old patient had her treatment for leukemia cut short at a hospital in Beijing, China in February as the country focused on combating the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Just as she was about to receive her bone marrow transplant, the hospital announced that all such treatment was indefinitely suspended as a result of COVID-19, Taipei veterans hospital said, without disclosing the name of the patient.
As a result, the woman's only chance was to seek help outside China. [FULL STORY]