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Lack of adequate treatment and travel

نقص العلاج والحرمان من السفر يهدد حياة مرضى السرطان … Lack of adequate treatment and travel restrictions threaten the lives of cancer patients

تتواصل معاناة مرضى السرطان في قطاع غزة بسبب القيود المفروضة على تنقلهم في ظل حالة الطوارئ ووقف التنسيق بين هيئة الشؤون المدنية الفلسطينية والسلطات الإسرائيلية المحتلة وفي ظل ضعف المنظومة الصحية في قطاع غزة.The suffering of Gazan cancer patients continues due to the restrictions imposed on their freedom of movement under the state of emergency and the suspension of coordination between the General Authority of Civil Affairs and the Israeli occupation authorities. Their hardships and suffering are further aggravated by the exhausted healthcare system in the Gaza Strip.

Gepostet von Palestinian Centre for Human Rights am Montag, 12. Oktober 2020