Yes, by science, we can overcome the impossible, and education can help overcome difficulties, even if it’s life-threatening, such as cancer.
Omar Mohammed Al Hajjaj, a grade two student at Al Mawakeb School is being praised for his initiative. He has been growing his hair from the age of three, after he witnessed his aunt’s struggle with cancer.
The 12th annual conference of the Childhood Cancer International (CCI) Asia, witnessed the active participation of Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP), who were invited along with other leading healthcare professionals and members of the civil society, involved in the care of cancer in children, to collaboratively combat the disease, so that no child should die of cancer.
“In the last few days, I have felt all sorts of feelings, from apprehension and fear to unbeatable love to calmness and acceptance. Patience, overwhelming gratitude and a deep sense of responsibility towards my children, parents, loved ones, myself and you.”
Liquid Biopsy is a blood test that detects changes in normal DNA sequence shed by cancer cells in the blood.
The atmosphere at the athletic tracks of the American University of Sharjah (AUS) was truly awe-inspiring, as over 3,000 participants including 200 volunteers committed themselves to a 24-hour walkathon on Friday
The complexity of cancer care requires healthcare professionals, experts and researchers across the world to come and work together in developing an effective solution in the fight against cancer,
It is a platform to reaffirm one’s commitment to physical fitness and reduce the risk of cancer and other lifestyle diseases.
The inmate has been diagnosed with cancer while serving his penal sentence at the Central Prison in Dubai. He has been undergoing treatment, before the symptoms of his disease worsen threatening his life.