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Top US doctor makes long China detour for children

China Daily USA

6th September 2020

Top US doctor makes long China detour for children

A 73-year-old doctor from the United States has won the respect and appreciation of local residents after he returned to China to treat children with cerebral palsy. He did so at a time when the country had been hit hard by the coronavirus.

David P. Roye Jr., a pediatric orthopedic specialist from Columbia University Medical Center in New York City, said he hoped he would be able to help alleviate problems for more Chinese children through the establishment of high-standard multidisciplinary center for cerebral palsy supported by a dedicated financial endowment in China in coming years, Guangzhou Daily reported.


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