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The Egyptian Cancer Association For Supporting Cancer Patients “CanSurvive” has celebrated the end of the activities of the campaign “A Heroine’s Story”
Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer among Egyptian women, and is estimated to be the cause of 22% of all cancer-related female deaths in the country.
Study shows that least fit should be offered treatments to help bridge gap in survival rates between older and younger women
He passed away after short battle with cancer
New bacteria able to grow, multiply in necrotic core of tumours
First phase to be completed by end of 2019
“You need two years of treatment and a surgery, and still the illness might return. In that case, the illness will take you down”.
Our advertising budget does not exceed 9%, legal maximum limit is 13%, says hospital’s medical director
Early detection of cancer is most important step for patients with tumours, says Yehia Omar
Ultrasound was used to mechanically perturb T cells, converted mechanical signals into genetic control of cells
Rumours of diseases spreading is 4th generation war tactic aiming to disrupt society
Cell resistance at low temperatures, high altitude likely increases probability of malignancy
Statistics reflect the increase in men’s donations to Bahya this year, says head of external communication at Juhayna
Egyptian Catholic Centre for Cinema is to honour actress Hend Sabry for her role at the latest Drama series “Halawet El Donia” (The beauty of Life) considering it one of most important and humane TV dramas that aired during the past Ramadan season. The honouring ceremony will also include the team of the series which …
Actress Hend Sabry Baheya has been honoured by the Foundation for Early Detection and Treatment of Breast Cancer for her latest role in Halawyet El donia. The role spotlights the process of cancer treatment in Egypt, and raises awareness on different forms of the disease, The Sohour charity event was attended by several public figures, …
Baheya shows how much impact a similar centre can make on people’s lives with limited financial support, says Aapro
“I can, we can defeat cancer” is this year’s theme on World Cancer Day. In many African countries there is still a lack of awareness and treatment methods, but the number of people affected is on the rise.
Authorities responded to the public distress and are sending Purinethol to cancer institutes
In honour of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, a puppet show event has been organised by 57357 Children’s Cancer Hospital Foundation in cooperation with the Misr Foundation for Health and Sustainable Development. The event honoured young cancer-survivors and invited them to share their stories with other patients still receiving treatment. It also honoured the medical team …
The centre calls for factories to be transferred away from the residential block following a recent visit
The World Health Organization has said coffee is safe if enjoyed at “normal” temperatures and may even help prevent some cancers. Coffee had been on a watch list for 25 years.
Prominent hairdresser Ashraf Abo El Magd, of Salon Ashraf and Mazen in Heliopolis, had turned one of the hospital’s offices into a salon, shaping long wigs into the hairstyles the two cancer patients had always wanted
In general, the rates of recovery in the US, Canada and Europe are rising rapidly as death rates do not exceed 15% in those countries.
According to scientific research, a healthy diet can reduce one’s chances of developing tumours
Media portrays negative image illness, as always resulting in death
8.2 million cancer patients died in 2012, 17.1 million expected deaths in 2030, says Roche pharmaceuticals
Brotherhood trying to attract groups to carry out riots, says Mohamed Ibrahim