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The COVID-19 pandemic has caused global health crisis. Numerous cancer patients from non-Western countries, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), seek cancer care outside their home countries and many are sponsored by their governments for treatment. Many patients interrupted their cancer treatment abruptly and returned to their home countries with unique challenges.

ISBN

Issue 19

Publication Date

8-5-2020

Publisher

United Arab Emirates University

City

Alain - Abudhabi

Keywords

Unique challenges of the cancer patients from non-Western Countries, and the United Arab Emirates, interrupted their cancer treatment

Disciplines

Medicine and Health Sciences

Comments

A Consensus Report provided by the Emirates Oncology Task Force and the names of the research team as follows

Humaid 0. Al-Shamsl (University of Sharjah, Emirates Oncology Society and Alzahra Hospital), Ibrahim Abu-Ghelda (Alzahra Hospital, Burjeel Medical City and United Arab Emirates University), Shabeeha K. Rana(University of Sharjah and Alzahra Hospital), Neil Nljhawan (Alzahra Hospital and Burjeel Medical City), Ahmed s. Abdulsamad (University of Sharjah and Alzahra Hospital),Sadir Alrawi (University of Sharjah and Alzahra Hospital), Mohamed Abuhaleeqa (Sheikh Khalifa Medical City), Taleb M. Almansoori (United Arab Emirates University), Thamir Alkasab (University of Sharjah and Alzahra Hospital), Essa M. Aleassa (United Arab Emirates University and Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, USA) and Martine c. McManus (Alzahra Hospital and Burjeel Medical City).

Challenges for Cancer Patients Returning Home During COVED-19 Pandemic after Medical Tourism - A Consensus Report

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