Ngoc Mai (second from the left) and Taiwanese doctors.
Doctors of the Da nang-based Hoan My Hospital said that Mai suffered from chronic autoimmune urticaria, which is very rare and may be the first manifestation of lupus, which is particularly associated with the presence of auto antibodies.
Ngoc Mai before and after being treated in Taiwan.
According to Aisiaone, a group of 40 experts from 12 wards of the China Medical University in Taiwan treated the Vietnamese woman’s Werne syndrome.
In over a month, Mai experienced different methods of treatment and plastic surgeries. She now can walk for a distance, without fainting.
“I feel like I was born again and I’ve seen the hope again,” Mai said.
Taiwanese doctors said that this was the first time they treated such a patient.
Before going to Taiwan, Mai was treated at the Hoan My Hospital in Da nang. During her time there, Mai’s health was improved but her face did not change.