KSrelief Signs an Agreement with KHCC to Treat Gaza Cancer Patients in Jordan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) Supervisor General visited the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC) in Amman, Jordan on July 4, reported the Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah has embarked on a visit to KHCC to oversee the medical cases and the latest technical and medical specifications in the center.

Al Rabeeah was accompanied by KHCC board of trustees’ chairperson Princess Ghida Talal and the Saudi ambassador to Jordan, and the non-resident ambassador-designate to the State of Palestine, Naif bin Bandar Al-Sudairi.

The visit was a valuable opportunity for Al Rabeeah to recognize the level of cancer care in Jordan and review the treatment, prevention, and awareness services provided to patients in Jordan and the Arab world.

Furthermore, the visit marked the signing of a joint agreement between Dr. Al Rabeeah and Princess Ghida Talal to treat cancer patients from Gaza in Jordan.

With a cost of $3,615,800 million, the agreement will provide treatment for 150 individuals from the Strip.

Al Rabeeah stated that the agreement stands as a testament to the Kingdom’s commitment to providing medical support to cancer patients around the world.

He expressed his deep appreciation to the Jordanian authorities for facilitating all the services and enabling the center to effectively carry out its mission.

Moreover, Princess Ghida Talal expressed sincere gratitude for signing such an agreement that would help Palestinian cancer patients to recover and get the required medical care.

She also commended the Kingdom and KSrelief for their unwavering support for various countries around the world.

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