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Since the 1960s, Comrade Wu Mengchao has been our banner. For decades, this banner has always been shining and dazzling, and has inspired and inspired generation after generation!

Wu Mengchao is a loyal Akiko who is dedicated to the party and determined to serve the country.

China is a country with a high incidence of liver cancer. In 2005, there were 120 million hepatitis B virus carriers nationwide, and more than 400,000 people had liver cancer. In the 1950s, there was no successful liver surgery in China, and the prevention and treatment of liver cancer was even blank. At that time, a Japanese expert asserted: "China's liver surgery wants to catch up to our level, at least 20 to 30 years." A strong sense of mission made the young Wu Mengchao set his ambitions and firmly enter the field of liver surgery.

He founded the key theory of liver surgery in China. In 1958, Wu Mengchao, Zhang Xiaohua, and Hu Hongkai formed a "three-person team". Based on independent research and exploration, he creatively proposed the "five-leaf four-segment" anatomical theory of liver structure. Since then, Chinese doctors have mastered the key to open the liver restricted area. In 1960, Wu Mengchao performed the first successful liver tumor resection in China, achieving a zero breakthrough in this field for Chinese surgery.

He created the classic method of liver surgery in China. In 1963, Wu Mengchao invented the "intermittent hepatic hilar blockade at normal temperature", which changed the traditional technology that has been used in the West for a long time, and the success rate of liver surgery was increased to more than 90%. In the same year, the world's first case of mid-hepatic lobe tumor resection was successfully carried out, breaking into the "forbidden zone" of liver surgery, and setting a new milestone in the history of liver surgery. Today, Wu Mengchao has performed more than 14,000 liver operations, including more than 9,300 liver cancer resection operations, with a success rate of 98.5%. This series of achievements has made China's liver surgery a long-term international leader.

He promoted the innovative development of basic theoretical research on liver cancer in China. As early as in the 1980s, he led students to open up a new battlefield in the field of basic theoretical research, marching towards active prevention, early detection and comprehensive treatment of liver cancer. He brought out more than 260 graduate students and carried out a series of major research projects on basic treatment of liver cancer. The team he led has achieved many breakthrough results in liver cancer signal transduction, immunotherapy, molecular pathology research and other aspects.

Wu Mengchao is a generation of famous doctors who are devoted to the people and have both virtue and skill.

He not only has superb medical skills, but also noble medical ethics. Wu Lao said: "A good doctor sees a sickness in his eyes and a person in his heart." Every time he receives a consultation, he smiles intimately at the patient, talks about his family, and reduces the distance from the patient. In winter rounds, he always simmers his hands first, then touches the patient's body, and often uses the forehead to feel the patient's temperature. After finishing the examination, he did not forget to pull the clothes for the patient, tuck in the corner, and set up the shoes under the bed. On New Year's Day every year, Wu Mengchao came to the ward early to give the in-patients a New Year greeting and send the first blessing of the Chinese New Year.

In the winter of 2005, Wu Mengchao was recommended to participate in the National Highest Science and Technology Award, and his superiors sent him to evaluate him and decided to talk to him the next morning. The agency considered that this was a major event and cancelled his original surgery. After learning, Wu Lao insisted that the operation could not be postponed. The comrades of the assessment team are puzzled: what kind of patient is this and why is it so important? When I talked the next afternoon, I couldn't help but ask: "Wu Lao, who is doing surgery in the morning?" Wu Lao said: "A farmer in Henan is very ill and his family is poor. The villagers only gathered money Those who come to Shanghai for one more day are burdened to them. I ’m really sorry to let you wait for me. ”This is Mr. Wu, who sees the life of the patient greater than the sky and the interests of the people above him. all!

In the Eastern Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital, there is an unwritten rule: on the premise of ensuring the diagnosis and treatment, try to use cheap drugs and minimize repeated examinations. The hospital's finances have calculated an account. In doing so, it can save patients more than 70 million yuan a year. Wu Mengchao often said that it is unfortunate that the patients are sick. If they receive their red envelopes again, how can they bear it!

Wu Mengchao is a strong fighter who lives and struggles.

Wu Lao, who has already made a name for himself, could have chosen honor, enjoyment, detachment, and even many choices in the eyes of many people, but he chose to move on. He said: "I am a doctor and a soldier. As long as I live a day, I will fight liver cancer for a day."

He is always so tireless, he still works on time every day and gets off work late. I still go out and go for an operation. At most, I need to do three sets a day. He also often goes out to chair academic conferences and attends consultations on major and difficult diseases. Once he participated in an international academic conference. When he returned to Shanghai, his legs could not move. His accompanying colleagues took him off the plane, pushed him into the car with a wheelchair, and escorted him home. Seeing him so tired, his wife and daughter begged him not to desperately. He said: "Don't worry, I am tired and untiring. I have something to do, and my heart is full and happy."

After Wu Lao won the National Highest Science and Technology Award, everyone felt that this was the pinnacle of his career, but he did not stop. He joined 6 academicians including Tang Zhaoyou, Gu Jianren, Wang Hongyang, Yang Shengli, Wen Yumei, Zheng Shusen and so on. The proposal of "integrated research on the pathogenesis and prevention of hepatitis B and liver cancer" was submitted, which was highly valued by the party and state leaders and was included in the "Eleventh Five-Year" National Science and Technology Major Project. Currently, he is leading the construction of the "National Liver Cancer Science Center" and the Anting New Hospital of Oriental Hepatobiliary Surgery Hospital to build the world's largest liver cancer research and prevention base. According to Mr. Wu ’s vision, it will take another 5 to 10 years to reduce the incidence of liver cancer in our country by another 15% and the cure rate by another 15%; through 30 to 50 years of hard work, we will find a fundamental way to treat liver cancer and make humans ultimately Beat liver cancer!