The National Cancer Institute was in crisis long before the car bomb attack

Source: Madamasr

Author(s): Mostafa Mohie

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Cairo University President Mohamed al-Khosht announced on Sunday that the National Cancer Institute has resumed full operations two weeks after it was damaged in a deadly car bomb explosion that left 22 dead and dozens injured. The institute was shut down and its patients were transferred to other hospitals in the area immediately following the August 4 blast. Khosht said that in addition to the repairs, long-needed renovations are also underway to improve medical services at the facility.

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