Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357
ECN has partnered with the Sereen Foundation to deliver a series of WoW projects to Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357 to deliver art supplies to CCHE in order to supplement the artistic activities undertaken by staff, volunteers and patients at the hospital.
ECN and the Jessie Rees Foundation have come together to deliver a series of Joy Jars to Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357. Joy Jars are designed “spread hope, joy and love” to children who are fighting cancer. Each plastic jar is filled with toys and games which empower and strengthen their recipients.
The international architectural design firm Jonathan Bailey has been selected by CCHE to design the planned CCHE expansion. An American firm, Jonathan Bailey was chosen as it is renowned for its unique vision for healthcare facilities. Not only is Jonathan Bailey an expert in hospital design, but firm leaders also know current European and American benchmark standards for pediatrics, oncology and hospital design.
In order for CCHE to provide top care, it must recruit top physicians and professions and stay on the cutting edge. In order to do these things, it must have a robust research program. Part of ensuring that CCHE lives up to these standards is educational sponsorship for its distinguished professionals.
With the help of Mr. Mohamed Eladma, an Egyptian American Pharmacist, ECN secured and paid for a six month supply of MERCAPTOPURINE for both Hospital 57357 and the National Cancer Institute.
ECN is in the process of negotiating a joint fellowship program between Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Children’s Cancer Hospital. ECN has been instrumental in developing the partnership between these institutions. ECN also established a medical advisory board to support the long-term sustainability of the curriculum.
ECN will be supporting three feasibility studies, to be conducted at CCHE in preparation for CCHE’s upcoming expansion project. The feasibility studies are already underway. Included will be a study on proton therapy, a health sciences academy and a research institute, valued at $40,000, $45,000 and $50,000, respectively.
Dr. Mohamed El Beltagy, the chief neurosurgeon at CCHE 57357, was sponsored by ECN to attend the 2012 International Symposium on Pediatric Neuro-Oncology (ISPNO) held in Toronto, Canada from June 24th – 26th, 2012. This was the 15th annual ISPNO and was attended by many distinguished doctors and surgeons from all around the world.
The Association of Friends of the National Cancer Institute (AFCNI)