Prof. Jariya Lertakyamanee and the Executive committee of BARTC are thrilled to hear the good news from our alumni. As followed is the email from faraway, Dr. Shagdar Enkhtuvshin, our first alumni from Mongolia, shared her delight from the being able to provide excellent care to patients of Mongolia.
Her hospital team has done a living donor liver transplantation for the first time, on 28 January 2018. Dr. Bilegmaa, Bolormaa and Dr. Solongo (all BARTC alumni) played key roles for the surgery. Please see attached email.
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Here is Dr. Enkhtuvshin’s email :
From: Shagdar Enkhtuvshin
Date: Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 1:34 PM
Subject: from mongolia
To: Jariya Thailand, Prof Thara Tritrakarn, Somrat, Orawan Pongraweewan
Dear all my ajan Thara Tritrakarn, Jariya, Orawan, Somrat,
First of all, l would like to imply my appreciation for your support and guidance.
I am glad to share this good news.
Our hospital team has done a living donor liver transplantation for the first time, on 28 January.
Dr Bilegmaa, Bolormaa and Dr Solongo played key roles for the surgery.
What they learned in Thailand at Siriraj must have been a greet experience.
Enkhtuvshin Shagdar, MD, PhD
Head of Emergency Care Clinic
Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
National Cancer Center of Mongolia