Number of cancer patients increased due to the continued siege and war in Yemen

 

The Director of Medical Supply at the National Cancer Center, Dr. Ali Al-Mansour, confirmed that the number of cancer patients, especially children, is increasing due to the siege imposed by the Saudi-led coalition on Yemen, blaming the United Nations for these deaths.

Al-Mansour said in a statement, that the center disburses chemical drugs to many centers in the governorates, noting that the center was unable to cover its needs and transfer them at a certain temperature to ensure their efficiency and effectiveness.

He indicated that the number of deaths of children with cancer is increasing, blaming the United Nations for these deaths, and demanding that it put pressure on the Saudi coalition.

                                                 

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