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Family of Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Girl from Syria Appeal for Urgent Treatment

Published : 19-09-2018

Family of Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Girl from Syria Appeal for Urgent Treatment

The family of the three-old Palestinian child from Syria Maria Tamer Abu Azarah, taking shelter in Ein AlHilweh Camp, south of Lebanon, after they were deported from Yarmouk Camp, appealed to all human rights institutions to cover fees for the treatment of their daughter, diagnosed with blood cancer.

The family said the child underwent regular checks at Ghassan Hamoud Hospital, where medics diagnosed her with blood cancer and ordered that she stay under control for one week to undergo life-saving treatment.

Maria’s treatment is reportedly worth $50,000 as she needs a needle every couple of days at a cost of $1,000 each. Other checks and further intensive treatment will follow in the coming months.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7711

The family of the three-old Palestinian child from Syria Maria Tamer Abu Azarah, taking shelter in Ein AlHilweh Camp, south of Lebanon, after they were deported from Yarmouk Camp, appealed to all human rights institutions to cover fees for the treatment of their daughter, diagnosed with blood cancer.

The family said the child underwent regular checks at Ghassan Hamoud Hospital, where medics diagnosed her with blood cancer and ordered that she stay under control for one week to undergo life-saving treatment.

Maria’s treatment is reportedly worth $50,000 as she needs a needle every couple of days at a cost of $1,000 each. Other checks and further intensive treatment will follow in the coming months.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7711