Healthcare professionals who have championed clinics for the poor and paved new territory in medical fields made up the honorees for Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation’s 13th
When nearly six in 10 voters in Washington state approved Initiative 1000, the 2008 Death with Dignity Act, Seattle resident Tam Hue (last name not given), 73,
“Regardless of how good of a doctor you are, a lot of other elements are involved in patient care,” said Dr. Anthony Chen.
Community clinic providing interpretation for API community named Pioneer in Healthcare
Kin On demonstrates respect for both elders and families
Nikkei Concerns: a gathering place with buzz for Seattle’s Japanese American elders
If you don’t have health insurance, Farm Sirisisangpha can tell you where to apply. If you don’t feel well, she can tell you which doctor to go to. And if you don’t feel any
“In Asian culture, nobody will disagree with you if you want to take care of the elders,” said Sam Wan, chief executive officer and a founding member of Kin On,
Research shows that as many as 2 million people in the country and 30,000 people in Washington state are living with chronic hepatitis B.
Shoreline retirees Yoshi and Naomi Minegishi, ages 70 and 61, returned this spring from a vacation in Asia and brought back a new interest
Clyde Shields, a uremia patient, was saved 50 years ago by the first successful dialysis treatment at the University of Washington Hospital (now the UW Medical Center).
Asian Americans as a whole are half as likely as non-Hispanic whites to die from heart disease. However, Native Hawaiians are 40 percent more likely to suffer from heart disease than whites.