The amazing race: Doctors team up to deliver cancer patients' 2nd chance at life

Annabelle Lee

Modified 21 Apr 2020, 3:39 am

Dr Ho Kim Wah struggled to sleep the night the movement control order (MCO) was announced.

A haematologist in charge of stem cell transplants at Hospital Ampang, he could not stop thinking about his three leukaemia patients whose lives were at stake.

They were scheduled for transplants that week but the latest travel restrictions spelt complications as their stem cells needed to be brought in from abroad...

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