Oryx Rotana, a five-star luxury business hotel in Doha, recently organised a blood donation campaign in collaboration with Hamad Medical Corporation for colleagues, guests and visitors.
Hosting this initiative comes under Oryx Rot
Staff of Downtown Rotana, the newly opened luxury hotel in the heart of Manama, participated in a blood donation drive held at the hotel’s premises, in cooperation with the Salmaniya Hospital of Bahrain.
Spearheaded by Downt
The Dubai Blood Donation Centre (DBDC) has collected more than 11,000 units of blood in the last three months, following Dubai Health Authority's (DHA) launch of the ‘BE THE 1’ blood donation campaign in partnership with Real Mad
Travellers coming back from any outbreak zones of the Zika virus will need to wait at least 28 days before giving blood to avoid any risk of transmission, French Health Minister Marisol Touraine said.
Zika, which is rapidly spread
Brazilian health authorities confirmed on Thursday a case of transmission of Zika through a transfusion of blood from a donor who had been infected with the mosquito-borne virus that is spreading rapidly through the Americas.
European health regulators on Friday conditionally approved Amgen's rare blood cancer drug, Blincyto, which is one of the world's most expensive cancer treatments.
The US Food and Drug Administration in
The Dubai Health Authority’s (DHA) twitter clinic known as #smart_clinic encouraged people to donate ahead of World Blood Donor Day which falls on the June 14.
This year WHO is observing a theme for the day titled ‘Tha
Arjaan by Rotana, Dubai, a leading five-star hotel in the UAE emirate, recently organised a blood donation drive.
The initiative, in collaboration with Latifa Hospital, was a first for the hotel and invitations were extended to colleagu
Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa, an idyllic resort in Kuwait, has sponsored a blood donation campaign called “Every Blood Donor is a Hero”.
The campaign was organised by the Pharaoh Bikers in collaboration with the K
A group of scientists including three Nobel laureates in medicine has proposed that US health officials chart a new path to developing Ebola drugs and vaccines by harnessing antibodies produced by survivors of the deadly outbreak. &n