Recent figures from insurance giant Zurich International Life showed that cancer (44 per cent) and heart disease (41 per cent) account for the majority of critical illness claims in the UAE.
Across the Middle East, the average age
Reinforcing its long-standing CSR campaign with Friends of Cancer Patients (FOCP), Ramada Downtown Dubai presented a cheque donation to the organisation through Emirates Red Crescent.
Mohammed Abdullah Al Haj Al Zarouni, head of E
The World Health Organisation has launched new guidance to help healthcare planners improve early diagnosis of cancer and ensure prompt treatment, especially for breast, cervical, and colorectal cancers.
The guidance on World Canc
Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways, in collaboration with the Cancer Awareness National Campaign (CAN), recently hosted a breast cancer awareness lecture for its employees.
Dr. Amani Hussein, Oncologist from the Ministry of Health, shar
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba), a leading international aluminium smelter, has demonstrated its commitment to the welfare of its employees by supporting the International Breast Cancer Month with activities that were held during this month.
Gulf Air, Bahrain’s national carrier, held a Breast Cancer Awareness workshop at the airline’s Muharraq headquarters las week, marking Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The event was attended by Gulf Air chief executive o
Leading five-star hotel ART Rotana will kick off the official Think Pink breast cancer awareness drive with the first ‘Pink Brunch’ at Choices restaurant on September 30.
Held in collaboration with the non-profit chari
Breast Cancer Awareness month begins in style at Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, turning Bahrain’s private island into a pink shade for the month of October.
The hotel has joined forces with local breast cancer organisation
Anantara Sir Bani Yas Island Resorts in Abu Dhabi turn pink in order to raise breast cancer awareness. On October 21 and 22, the resorts participate in Pink October by donating Dh25 ($6.8) from each island activity to charity.
Brain cancer is now the deadliest form of childhood cancer in the US, surpassing leukemia, as treatment advances have allowed doctors to cure many blood-related cancers, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Friday.