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At a Glance
    2018-09-05  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

AIDS treatment

TWO district-level hospitals in Luohu District and Guangming New Area are expected to offer outpatient services for AIDS antiviral treatment.

Meanwhile, a new antibody drug called BiIA-SG, which was developed by a medical team from the University of Hong Kong, was announced at a symposium on AIDS treatment held in the city from Friday to Saturday. According to the medical team, the new drug has seen satisfactory results in monkeys and will take three to five years before clinical application.

Idle charging poles

RESIDENTS in a housing estate in Nanshan District criticized the property management for leaving 34 charging poles idle for more than two years.

The property management claimed that, out of safety, they were waiting for a final inspection report from the authority before putting them into use. The contractor, Potevio, and the construction authority said there was no need for a pre-use inspection. The contractor had already provided an inspection report permitting use, but the management thought it wasn’t authoritative.

Moon cake delivery

CHINA Southern Airlines delivered 49.4 tons of salted egg yolk to other cities in August, or 1.6 tons a day, due to the increasing demand for the major ingredient in moon cakes for the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, the Shenzhen company said.

The egg yolk was mainly transported to Beijing and East China cities.

Philanthropic credit list

FIVE charity organizations, including Shenzhen Project Care Foundation and Shenzhen One Foundation, have been included on the 2018 China Philanthropic Credit List released by the Institute for Philanthropy Tsinghua University on Monday, the eve of China Charity Day.

The charity organizations on the first-ever list include 30 publicly funded organizations and 30 nongovernmental institutions.

In the seven years since its establishment, Shenzhen Project Care Foundation has raised 190 million yuan (US$27.87 million) to benefit millions of people.

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