[size=36]Ghazzi is directed to address the shortage of medicines in hospitals and specialized centers[/size]
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The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Hamid al-Ghazi, on Thursday, the need to find quick solutions to end the slowdown in projects of service infrastructure and health in all provinces.
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers said in a statement, "Al-Ghazzi pointed during the presidency of a meeting attended by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health and the Governor of Dhi Qar and the President of the Council and a number of members of the provincial council, to the importance of addressing the shortage in the centers specialized in cancer diseases and provide treatment for the injured, as well as the completion of projects "Reluctant hospitals."
For his part, Chairman of Dhi Qar Provincial Council, Yasser Al-Khikani reviewed the most prominent problems of the health sector in the province, stressing that "the province suffers from a lack of infrastructure, human resources and doctors rare specialties, in addition to the lack of medicines and cancer devices."
The Governor of Dhi Qar Adel al-Dakhili to "worn out Hussein Hospital, and the delay of the Turkish hospital project, and the high number of cancer cases in the province to more than (7500) injuries."
The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health, "coverage of 50% of the shortage of cancer drugs in Iraq," attributing the shortage to "the high cost of cancer treatments, and examination of imported medicines before launch, according to public health regulations, and the ministry is in the process of processing the health of Dhi Qar Medicines and treatments over the next week. "