The Gaza Ministry of Health has issued a dire warning, stating that more than 10,000 cancer patients are at risk of dying and require urgent treatment.

Iran Press/ West Asia: The ministry's report highlights the devastating impact of the ongoing healthcare crisis in the region, where patients struggle to access life-saving medical care.The report also revealed that 71,338 Palestinians have viral hepatitis infections, a direct result of the displacement and lack of access to healthcare. This alarming figure underscores the severity of the healthcare crisis in Gaza, where the lack of medical resources and infrastructure has led to a surge in infectious diseases.The ministry's report also highlighted the plight of 60,000 pregnant women who are in danger of losing their babies due to a lack of healthcare. This staggering figure underscores the devastating impact of the healthcare crisis on the most vulnerable members of society.Furthermore, the report stated that 350,000 chronic patients are at risk due to a lack of medication. This includes patients suffering from conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, and asthma, who are unable to 

The Gaza Ministry of Health has called for urgent action to address the healthcare crisis, emphasizing increased medical supplies, infrastructure, and personnel. The international community has been urged to provide support to the Gaza Strip, where the healthcare system is on the brink of collapse.The healthcare crisis in Gaza is a stark reminder of the devastating impact of conflict and displacement on the most vulnerable members of society. As the situation continues to deteriorate, the international community must take immediate action to address the needs of those affected.


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