The Minister for Health and HIV / Aids Jelta Wong shared in the knowledge and concerns raised by the Wanzing family, and the anxiety that comes from the time required for the investigation to be properly carried out in the death of the his son
In a statement released late yesterday, in response to our front page story about the 14-year-old boy who died of complications during a medical procedure after being anaesthetized last year, the Minister maintained he would go through all the procedures to ensure repetition. it is not done is important.
“This is an investigation that takes into account all the factors that must be considered so that the family has answers to their questions, and that there is no representation in the future.
This investigation involved laboratory analysis and information from our clinicians in Papua New Guinea, and we also sought information from other laboratories including in Australia.
The Terms of Reference for the investigation are very specific to have an accurate report and recommendations,” said Wong.
He maintains that the matter is serious and significant from the National Government.
“Like any investigation of this nature, it must be done correctly and transparently by the clinicians and this is the process we follow.
The loss of this young man’s life was tragic, and my prayers are with his family.
“Our government will ensure that the results of the investigation and recommendations are released as soon as possible.” Wong added.