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Q: place for treating children with morbus chron in changchun??

my son who is 11 years old has morbus chron and it's really important to know a hospital and a medical specialist where he can be treated if necessary

8 years 44 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Changchun

 
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I recommend you to inquire online too, on Google and other sources. I am sorry to hear about your son's problem. I will have a look myself to see about it. But what if there is no medical specialist for your son's problem, wouldn't you consider to go elsewhere in China as long as you can find it somewhere else?

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