University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo
University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo

As coronavirus cases get priority in Wuhan hospitals, other patients are losing hope

  • Thousands of people are not getting the treatment they need because medical resources have been diverted to fight outbreak
  • One hospital says it can no longer offer transplant surgery as it doesn’t have enough doctors and blood products

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo
University student Wan Ruyi, 21, has acute leukaemia and urgently needs a bone-marrow transplant. Photo: Weibo
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