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Xuan Loc district Red Cross in cooperation with the Regional Blood Transfusion Center of Cho Ray Hospital recently held the sixth blood donation event in 2011.
 
Long Khanh Health Center has recently held free-of-charge screening checkup for diabetes for people in Xuan Trung ward.
 
The Red Cross of Nhon Trach district says, since earlier this year, the association has collected more than a thousand blood units from the voluntary blood donation campaign, serving first-aid and treatment in hospitals with the donated blood volume hitting 111% of assigned target (900 units).
 
Long Khanh Red Cross says since 2003 the association has launched some 40 voluntary blood donation events with more than 7,000 units of blood collected, offering more than 1,100 liters of blood for first-aid and treatment in hospitals.
 
On Oct. 28 Dinh Quan district Red Cross in cooperation with the Regional Blood Transfusion Center of Cho Ray Hospital recently held the ninth blood donation event in 2011.
 
According the provincial preventive medicine center, as of Oct. 30 afternoon, the province recorded 3.925 cases of dengue fever. The disease keeps going severe.
 
Dong Nai Urban Environment Service One-Member Co., Ltd (Urenco Dong Nai) said the collection and treatment of medical waste in private health facilities and medical centers is barely low.
 
The Maxillo-Facial and Stomatology Center has recently held the free consulting, and checkup and treatment of dental and oral diseases for the poor in Phu Hoa Commune, Dinh Quan district.
 
HFMD and dengue fever epidemic have gone complicated. The diseases have increasingly grown and widely spread. In order to cope with the situation, the Provincial Steering Committee of Dangerous Disease Prevention has made plans for fighting against the epidemic in the last months of 2011.
 
Director of the Provincial Center for Prevention Medicine Cao Trong Nguong says the province is currently documenting 2,500 cases of dengue fever that causes five deaths.
 

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