Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong
Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong

New life for Hong Kong man who becomes first in Asia to get 'gastric pacemaker'

Hong Kong man is first in Asia to get stomach 'pacemaker', ending years of suffering and giving hope to others afflicted with disorder

Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong
Professor Philip Chiu was responsible for the operation in March to implant a 6cm-long gastric pacemaker through minimally invasive surgery. Photo: David Wong
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