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 UAE government is determined to bring down blood cancer fatalities in the country where it is the third leading cause of death, numbering at 4500 new cases each year.
Four hand-written letters, four poems and four sketches, composed within 30 minutes, had been packed and are on their way for distribution to cancer patients in the UAE.
A Lebanese hospital brought music and medicine together on Friday in a concert for cancer patients.
An international team of researchers is questioning the advice to limit red and processed meats, saying the link to cancer and heart disease is weak.
“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.”