Ubuou Launches a Knowledge-Sharing Channel On Oncology

Ubuou has recently launched a knowledge-sharing channel on oncology. The company holds a very powerful medical site that enlightens people on various diseases.

November 8, 2019 / / —

Ubuou hosts a very popular website that provides a great deal of information on various treatments for the people of Vietnam. They have recently launched a TV channel that is dedicated to the life-threatening disease cancer. The channel will provide all the useful information about the disease and its treatment.

At a press meet, the COO of the company said, “The main objective of our company is to improve the overall health conditions of the people of this country. We have conducted thorough research and come up with the need for a channel that can help people thoroughly in overcoming cancer. This new channel of UBUOU will provide all the required information about oncology and help people in finding the best place for its treatment.”

The company has a team of experts who are extremely proficient in gathering information about the disease. They make sure that they get in touch with the most efficient oncologists who can provide them all the necessary information. This information is processed perfectly and presented in front of the viewers so that they get to understand every bit of it. View Here

When the Managing Director of the company was interviewed, he said “Ubuou.vn aims at helping people with all types of information related to diseases and their treatments. Our website holds a huge amount of information that many people refer to. Now we have introduced a TV channel that will share all the required information about oncology. The growing statistics of cancer has made us introduce this channel so that people can get the best treatments.”

UBUOU has brought up a knowledge-sharing channel so that people can get information through a user-friendly interface. Television can be a very helpful medium in spreading awareness and cancer surely needs to be known by everyone for the earliest treatment.

At a recent medical press conference, the Research Team Head of the company said, “We have been researching a lot on the disease and the people suffering from it. Our team has noticed that there are many people who do not have a good amount of knowledge of cancer. This is why we have felt the necessity of introducing a channel that will provide the necessary information which everyone needs to know.”

The channel will host conversations with expert oncologists who will give the best tips about the disease. There will also be information provided on treatment facilities and infrastructure of various hospitals in Vietnam that are specialized in curing the disease.

Company Profile:
Ubuou is a company that hosts various media through which important information about various diseases is shared. The company shares information on various diseases and their proper medical treatments and effective medicines.

Contact details:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ubuou.vn/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ubuouofficial
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx-mTP3YP1uwem9TkJK_bKg
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ubuouofficial/
Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/ubuouofficial

Contact Info:
Name: Paul
Email: Send Email
Organization: Ubuou
Address: Block C2, Vinaconex 1, No.289A, Khuat Duy Tien, Trung Hoa Ward, Cau Giay District, Ha Noi
Phone: +84 89 918 19 98
Website: https://ubuou.vn/

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Release ID: 88933173

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