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What would you do if you weren’t afraid? Would you trek a piece of Mt. Everest to help save the lives of children?

Cure2Children in association with Melkava Services is organising a trek to the base camp of Mount Everest in Nepal this June, all you have to do is join us! This is your chance to make a real difference in the lives of children suffering from debilitating conditions such as thalassemia and leukemia. Read more about What would you do if you weren’t afraid? Would you trek a piece of Mt. Everest to help save the lives of children?

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Bone marrow transplant unit in Najaf, Iraq is all set to start soon

Al Zahra Teaching Hospital, the children's hospital of Najaf, is very keen to start a bone marrow transplantation program which initially would be primarily for thalassemia major. Iraq has over 10,000 children with that severe disease which could be cured by bone marrow transplantation in over 90% of those having a compatible sibling. Read more about Bone marrow transplant unit in Najaf, Iraq is all set to start soon

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Cure2Children’s first visit to Yemen

Stavros Melides, Cure2Children’s International Liaison for Thalassemia, visited Yemen last month. His trip was generously hosted by Dr.Ahmed Shamsan Almagrami, a local pediatrician and President of the Yemen Society for Thalassemia and Genetic Blood Disorders. Read more about Cure2Children’s first visit to Yemen

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