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Country has a Pediatric Hematological Institute

The country has, as of this Friday, the Pediatric Hematological Institute. The infrastructure – called “Doctor Victória do Espírito Santo” and which was inaugurated by the President, João Lourenço – was designed to provide medical assistance to patients with sickle cell anemia, acute and chronic leukemias.


In addition to assisting patients with sickle cell anemia and acute and chronic leukemias, it is expected that this year the institute "Doctor Victoria do Espírito Santo" will carry out the first bone marrow transplant in the country, writes Angop.

The institute – which is located next to the David Bernardono Pediatric Hospital, urban district of Maianga, Luanda – consists of seven floors, which were built in a space of 11,700 square meters.

The infrastructure includes a pediatric hemotherapy component, a bone marrow transplant center, operating room, intensive care unit, pharmacy, laundry, hospital waste deposits, a child support center and family support, among other services.

According to Angop, at the inauguration, João Lourenço, after having cut the ribbon and accompanied by the first lady, Ana Dias Lourenço, as well as members of the Executive, visited some areas of the institute.


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