Premature babies can be hard, but they can also be healthy with good medical care. After untold hardships and surviving difficulties, there is still a way to track medical care to ensure that children can develop normally and grow up healthily. In this marathon-like long journey of caring for premature babies, the Premature Baby Foundation provides support and backing for the baby's family and accompanies the baby through different life cycles. Not only does it provide medical subsidies, including hospital subsidies and medical equipment subsidies after discharge, to reduce the financial burden for the baby's family,
the Premature Baby Foundation also actively builds a complete network of preterm birth prevention and health protection, ranging from the promotion of healthy fertility concepts, the demonstration education of abortion, Projects such as medical training for premature infants, follow-up follow-up inspection and care, comprehensively protect every new life industry email list that arrives. In addition, the Premature Baby Foundation also provides warm inner support for the parents of premature babies through the experience of volunteer mothers. Ms. Xu Wenhong, who has experienced the hardships of premature babies, is also one of the mothers who silently support the Premature Baby Foundation.
In order to let the public understand the importance of "prevention and treatment" of premature birth and promote a friendly reproductive environment, the Wen Ye Education Foundation she founded has also joined the ranks of corporate partners of the Premature Child Foundation, calling on the industry, government and academia to pay attention to it. Preterm birth issues. The Premature Babies Foundation, established in 1981, is about to enter its 30th anniversary. In the process, it has accompanied countless premature babies and their families, spent one torment or thrilling moment after another, and witnessed many miracles of life. In the future, Wenye Education Foundation and Premature Children Foundation will continue to work side by side as runners for families of premature infants.