MOH – Gaza: Turkish Friendship Hospital briefs a delegation from the Dutch Trust Foundation on the needs of oncology patients
The Turkish Friendship Hospital south of Gaza City received a delegation from the Dutch Trust Foundation, where the delegation was briefed on the needs of oncology patients in the Gaza Strip and the difficult conditions they are suffering from due to the acute shortage of medical supplies for oncology treatment.
The director of the Turkish Friendship Hospital, Dr Sobhi Sakik, and the director of the project follow-up department at the General Directorate of international cooperation, engineer Mohamed Nassar received the delegation.
In turn, Dr Sakik, During his meeting with the delegation, spoke about the suffering that the oncology patient on his treatment journey due to the lack of Medicine, radiation treatment in the Gaza Strip, and the security refusal and the procrastination by the Israeli occupation to travel abroad for patients to receive their treatment.
Dr Sakik pointed out the campaign launched by the Ministry of Health, Mercy and Solidarity campaign, to collect donations for the benefit of oncology patients in the Gaza Strip and provide for their needs.
For her part, the foundation representative, Antoinette Romos, expressed her great sympathy with the oncology patients in the Gaza Strip, where they discussed ways of cooperation to support the health sector in the Gaza Strip, oncology patients, and visited the hospital facilities.