(From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung (From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
(From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
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(From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung (From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
(From left) Professor David Siu Chung-wah from HKU’s department of medicine; Yuen Siu-lam, chairman of Self Help Group for the Brain Damaged; and Professor Lawrence Wong Ka-sing from Chinese University’s department of medicine and therapeutics. Photo: Elizabeth Cheung
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