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Family of Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Refugee in Syria Launches Cry for Help

Published : 03-04-2019

Family of Cancer-Stricken Palestinian Refugee in Syria Launches Cry for Help

The family of a Palestinian refugee called Abu Yasser has appealed to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations, along with the Palestine Liberation organization and other concerned bodies, to help them secure treatment fees for an urgent surgery to remove a deadly tumor infecting their son’s body.

Abu Yasser was diagnosed with colon cancer a couple of years ago. He underwent chemical therapy. But shortly after, his health has taken a turn for the worse and he caught four-degree osteoarthritis in his thigh.

Medical checks and radiographs also showed life-threatening lung diseases. Medics said he needs to undergo petscan and radiotherapy every three months, worth $300 each.

Abu Yasser said that two weeks ago he underwent a radiography following which medics decided to give him three chemical doses (one dose per month) worth $200 each as part of an initial therapeutic stage.

The patient said he has sold all of his property and belongings to secure treatment fees, urging concerned institutions to rally around him before it is too late.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8514

The family of a Palestinian refugee called Abu Yasser has appealed to the International Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations, along with the Palestine Liberation organization and other concerned bodies, to help them secure treatment fees for an urgent surgery to remove a deadly tumor infecting their son’s body.

Abu Yasser was diagnosed with colon cancer a couple of years ago. He underwent chemical therapy. But shortly after, his health has taken a turn for the worse and he caught four-degree osteoarthritis in his thigh.

Medical checks and radiographs also showed life-threatening lung diseases. Medics said he needs to undergo petscan and radiotherapy every three months, worth $300 each.

Abu Yasser said that two weeks ago he underwent a radiography following which medics decided to give him three chemical doses (one dose per month) worth $200 each as part of an initial therapeutic stage.

The patient said he has sold all of his property and belongings to secure treatment fees, urging concerned institutions to rally around him before it is too late.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8514