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The Emirates Cancer Foundation is supporting 227 patients during May

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Last May, members of the Emirates Cancer Society conducted 227 visits to patients for the purpose of providing psychological, material and moral support. A number of activities were also implemented in the same month, represented by the distribution of “Fawala Eid” to 30 families of cancer patients in Ras Al Khaimah, participation in the “Joy of Eid” initiative with Mediclinic Hospital and the distribution of gifts to children on white beds, in addition to attending a conference “Exchange of recent experiences and practices in the field of cancer treatment” in the capital Abu Dhabi with the participation of Mediclinic Hospital and many health and research agencies. The company’s office, in collaboration with Saqr Hospital, organized a blood donation campaign for cancer patients, in addition to a visit and honor by the board of the American School for Female Students. International in Abu Dhabi to support cancer patients. It is worth noting that last month the association launched 9 information leaflets highlighting the awareness of early detection of cancer and the importance of establishing a culture of early research, with the aim of reducing the incidence of these diseases, and a commitment. to take effective action.

In this context, Sheikh Dr. Salem bin Rakkad Al Ameri, Chairman of the Board: The Emirates Cancer Society is committed to providing all forms of material and moral support to patients and their families to alleviate their pain, in addition to its role in launching humanitarian initiatives filled with goodwill and gifts and a spirit of human and social solidarity. And he indicated that in all the initiatives that the association organizes, reference is made to ways to prevent tumors and increase awareness of cancer and its serious complications, which can be prevented if the disease is diagnosed early and treated.

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