The UAE embassy’s participation in the More Than a Pink Walk underscores broader efforts in the UAE to support medical research, promote healthy lifestyles, and advance global public health outcomes in partnership with leading organisations in the US and worldwide.
Cancer has become the leading cause of death in rich nations, overtaking heart disease, according to the results of two landmark, decade-long global surveys of health trends released on Tuesday.
Support inputs a substantial effect on the cure and rehabilitation of blood cancer patients. The testimony were from UAE expatriate residents since the early 1990s Ambrocio Langdet and his daughter Hertz Langdet-Martin from Ilocos Norte, the Philippines, and Margaret Raukuttis from Dusseldorf, Germany.
Trials are ongoing across Europe and North America for the treatment of blood cancers, according to a consultant oncologist in Dubai who has also shared the success story of a 28-year-old patient in the UAE.
Fiona Kolbinger won the mixed annual 4,000km (2,485 miles) cycling Transcontinental Race on Monday, becoming the first woman to do so.
‘The Main Hoon Na actor,’ who is also a member of parliament from the city of Chandigarh, had been missing from duties for quite a while, with people questioning her absence.
Despite massive distractions as a consequence of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), digitalisation, yet more importantly, the drive, dedication and selflessness of individuals concerned with the cancer-stricken/survivors and programmes, have remained dependable.
Deadly cancer is not impossible to defeat and overcome, according to an Abu Dhabi resident for 13 years until Nov. 2020 who has survived all the inconveniences of the disease for 18 years now.
Arceneaux hopes to inspire others as the first person to go into space with a prosthesis as she joins the world’s first all commercial astronaut mission to orbit Earth.
Nine hundred sixty-eight authorities as well as supporters of local and international programmes against the rise of cervical cancer, caused by the highly transmittable Human Papillomavirus (HPV), have affirmed their commitment to the “Second Sharjah Declaration on Cervical Cancer 2021.”