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Thank you to Portland’s professional soccer club @TimbersFC for inviting 14-year-old Thaer from Gaza, who is in Portland for treatment after losing his leg and part of his hand in the 2014 Gaza war, to train and practice with you, as well as the signed jersey!

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4-year-old Mohamed is a current leukemia patient in our Gaza Pediatric Cancer Department, where he's become friends with many of the department's staff.

One of these team members is social worker Narmeen, who monitors patient cases and care quality in the department.

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Every child with cancer deserves a chance to live, and on Feburary 15, , 100% your donation will be used to treat children fighting this terrible disease. Donate below, and let's together. facebook.com/donate/1948338682

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7-year-old Salsabeel from Bethlehem is one of dozens of children being treated for leukemia in The Huda Al Masri Pediatric Cancer Department, which PCRF opened in 2013 as the first public department in the West Bank for children fighting cancer.

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Today, , donate to help these kids receive the care needed to fight this disease, and PCRF will use 100% of your contribution to send medical teams, equipment, and hope to kids battling this terrible disease.

Together, we can

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Currently, countless children in Gaza, Jordan, Lebanon, throughout the Middle East and throughout the world are in an ongoing battle with cancer. Many of these children lack access to the care necessary to treat their disease, and don't survive as a result.

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...Nurse Radwan was able to receive advanced training at Al-Hussein Center in Jordan last year through PCRF, helping him and our other team members better monitor children undergoing treatment like Nada.

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4-year-old Nada's smile shows her love for people, even during her difficult treatment for leukemia. Nada is following up with nurse Radwan in our Gaza Pediatric Cancer Department, where she's developed a wonderful relationship with the department's staff...

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In addition to those fighting cancer, children with blood diseases such as Manar have received treatment in our Gaza Pediatric Cancer Department since its opening in February, 2019. We thank the supporters of this department for helping to bring care to children such as Manar.

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9-year-old Manar is receiving treatment for Pure Red Cell Aplasia Disease, which stops bone marrow from producing red blood cells, in our Gaza Pediatric Cancer Department. Manar was also born deaf and unable to speak, and was able to learn sign language.

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"To be able to give him an opportunity to kick around the ball and run up the field. I'm just really excited to see him do something he really loves to do."

Thank you to our @PCRF_SanDiego chapter for supporting Ibrahim on his journey to recovery.

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Yesterday, a team of physiotherapists visited our Gaza Pediatric Cancer Department to teach our children and staff daily routines to relieve pain and stress. This incredibly kind team also brought gifts that put smiles on the faces of the children they visited.

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6-year-old Islam smiles with his nurse, Mohamed, during the removal of his chemotherapy tube and monitoring of his treatment in our inpatient room.

Your happiness and perseverance during treatment is inspiring, Islam, and we all hope to see you recover soon.

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Thank you to the supporters of our Pediatric Cancer Department in Gaza for giving kids like Duha the chance to receive treatment locally by their family's side.

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...He will also conduct field visits to the Public Health Centers in South Gaza for projects sponsored by our Italian chapter.

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Prof. Angelo Stefanini is a public health expert from Balogna, Italy who returned this week to the Gaza Strip to begin a mission to train health providers at the Ministry of Health in strategic planning and health system development...

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We thank Dr. Paolo Arcangeli and his team for providing this invaluable service to the local children.

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Dr. Paolo Arcangeli and local doctor Mariam Adullah are currently volunteering in Altadamon Clinic in Nablus providing dental care to poor and orphaned children. Countless children in the West Bank go without dental care due to a lack of local infrastructure and poverty.

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...which is in a conflict area of Hebron near settlements. The students were very happy to get these kits, as most of them live below the poverty line in Hebron.

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