Unfortunately not all the information you might obtain from the web is reliable and trustworthy. Below are links to websites we think are valid, credible and useful for our patients.
They include general health education sites, government departments and medical journals. Some sites will be more technical, and some more general, than others.
Please let us know if you come across a broken link or a site you think should not be listed here.
Working with over 5,000 children, youth and families in the Sihanoukville area in Cambodia. M’Lop Tapang provides disadvantaged children and families access to the learning tools, specialized services, resources, and opportunities they need to build a better future. They offer regular meals, safe temporary shelter, medical care, education and training, counseling, family support / reintegration and protection from all types of abuse as well as increasing community awareness about issues relative to child safety and child rights. In addition to frequent donations, OT&P supports this organization by sending doctors and other healthcare professionals to Cambodia 2-3 times a year in order to provide medical aid to underprivileged children.
For more about M’Lop Tapang, please visit www.mloptapang.org
Please also read an article by a student, Justine Schipper, from the French International School who visited M’Lop Tapang with OT&P. Please click here to read the article
UK National Health Information Service
This is the UK National Health Service site. It provides a large amount of information on support groups and UK based specialist centres. The information on specific medical conditions is less comprehensive than the Mayo or Dr Koop sites.
Mayo Clinic Patient Information
This site has won numerous awards. It is associated with one of the leading medical centres in the USA. The information is well written and easily searchable. Good links to US and international sites.
This is a site operated by the National Library of Medicine (USA) and offers a wealth of information supplied by medical libraries throughout the US, including clinical trials and articles on new research as well as basic information.
Hong Kong Government Department of Health
Hong Kong Hospital Authority
Hong Kong Medical Council
The Hong Kong Medical Journal
The British Medical Journal
Anaphylaxis Campaign British
British Lung Foundation
National Asthma Campaign
National Eczema Society
Center for Health protection
HK Breast Cancer Foundation
Breast Cancer Support Group
A UK based advocacy and support group with a large amount of patient information and links to detailed information on treatment options.
The US Center for Disease Control Cancer Pages