Cancer rates in Kuwait ‘alarming’

Thursday, April 26, 2018

The rates of cancer and other chronic non-communicable diseases in Kuwait are at an “alarming” level, local media reported quoting a health ministry official.

The ministry is currently involved in the creation of a national database, which identifies domestic cancer figures, and plans to continue conducting a national survey of the disease’s rates in the country, report added.

The ministry is enlisting the help of global organisations in order to carry out these endeavours, undersecretary for private sector affairs Mohammad Al-Khashti told a cancer conference attended by several international experts.

Cancer along with other non-communicable diseases like heart disease, diabetes and respiratory ailments represent priorities for the country, he said.

Therefore, Al-Khashti said recommendations resulting from the conference will be taken into consideration.

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sham
Saturday, April 28, 2018
To Expat - change your mentality & your statement is not acceptable. Its just like digging below your foot.....

Sundaram
Thursday, April 26, 2018
To Expat - Totally disagree

Indian
Thursday, April 26, 2018
@expat.Cancer not only for local people for expats also. Very bad mentality that we r earnings from Kuwait and thinking bad for country. Go and check in home country if Karma created job for you?

S.husain
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Too much smoking and sheesha is drinking in kuwait.Its the main reason of cancer and effect the respirotry system.

Expat
Thursday, April 26, 2018
KARMA is on the move.. the fruits of expats harassment are rising n shining... anyway good luck...

mohammed ismail
Thursday, April 26, 2018
soft drinks the main reasons

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