HRH Princess Dina Mired, Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) commended the role of the US Embassy and USAID in supporting KHCC
to continue extend its services to patients, stressing keenness on continuing cooperation in this regard.
With the new expansion, the KHCC
will be able to reduce the number of patients on its waiting list and ensure their comfort as they receive highly advanced treatment and exceptional care.
The nursing infrastructure priorities at KHCC
included basic oncology education and cancer control efforts.
All contributions to this Campaign are dedicated towards providing treatment and relief to underprivileged cancer patients at KHCC
This unique Program permits our dear young cancer patients who receive treatment at KHCC
to continue their studies without any interruptions, thereby enhancing their confidence and hope in a better future, this in turn enables us at al-Nisr al-Arabi to light a candle of hope for these children by supporting the Program which is in line with our belief in the company's social responsibility.
Debt reduction primarily reflects the disposal of the KHCC
during the second quarter.
Over 700 guests and officials attended the fundraising event, in addition to many cancer survivors who have received treatment at KHCC
Moreover, the expansion will reduce the number of patients on the KHCC
waiting list, so as not to deprive patients of their right to receive a cure.
The gift distribution ceremony has become an annual tradition to KHCF and KHCC
, from the belief that granting gifts to young patients and drawing smiles on their faces are a very important factor to their overall healing process, and constitute an integral part in the psychological and spiritual support they need through their different treatment stages.
Princess Ghida also spoke of the success of the Jordan Breast Cancer Program (JBCP); saying that KHCF and KHCC
have been entrusted with the leadership of the Program; adding "that since it was launched three years ago, the JBCP, the number of women presenting themselves at stages 3 and 4 of breast cancer has almost halved from 70% to 35%, and for the first time", and that in Jordan "we have also witnessed the emergence of stage zero, a stage which did not exist in Jordan before".
Asem Mansour, Director General and CEO of KHCC
, as well as a number of representatives from KHCF and KHCC
were also present to greet the famous singer.
On this occasion, Her Royal Highness Princess Dina Mired thanked Arab Bank for their continuous support, adding "Once the new building project is completed, KHCC
will be able to absorb twice the number of patients.