Afaf attributes 90 per cent of the success of her treatment to the positive environment offered by FOCP.
A multi-awarded biomedical research institute in the UK, fully funded by Her Highness Sheikha Jawaher Bint Mohammed Al Qasimi, wife of His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, has uncovered the most appropriate solution so far against three types of cancer.
An expatriate resident who had suffered a life-threatening skin syndrome which consequently became more serious because of its complications is now on his way to recovery after immediately taken to a hospital in Sharjah for medical assistance as a result of problems due to his medication.
Fitness and enjoyment are the key elements at ‘Ramadan Sports Hour’, which is in its third consecutive year. The community programme is showing the Sharjah residents and visitors that workouts can be fun.
The UAE-based non-profit, Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP), has announced its half-yearly performance statistics for 2019. The numbers reveal they have been going strong in continuing their cancer awareness advocacy and treatment support efforts. Having accumulated over 5,000 beneficiaries since their inception, FOCP has already brought 215 new patients and their families within their support radius in 2019.
Lebanon's president calls for two-week state of emergency in Beirut after blasts
The Ministry of Health and Prevention announced 254 new coronavirus cases in the UAE on Wednesday. The relentless effort of the frontline health workers while using state of the art medical equipment has aided in the recovery of 295 patients.
The global safety and hygiene stamp has been awarded to major holiday destinations around the world to enable travellers to identify destinations and businesses that have adopted its health and hygiene global standardised protocols.
Rescuers searched for survivors in Beirut Wednesday after a cataclysmic explosion at the port sowed devastation across entire neighbourhoods, killing more than 100 people, wounding thousands and plunging Lebanon deeper into crisis.