One in every eight women is likely to get breast cancer in her lifetime.
On March, the Health Ministry launched the last phase of the “100 Million Healthy Lives” initiative, which aims at screening more than 52 million citizens for hepatitis C.
The World Health Organization Director-General, on Wednesday, has called Egypt's 100 Million Seha (Health) medical initiative the biggest campaign to be implemented by a state, adding it had been a success worldwide, Egypt's Health Ministry said in a stat
100 Million Seha presidential medical campaign continues its efforts to serve the deaf and mute people through sign language interpreters.
Egypt's Ministry of Health said that the refugees will benefit from the new comprehensive health insurance services, according to protocols with UNHCR.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi's initiative also includes refugees residing in Egypt, Madbouli said during the meeting.
Madbouli has pressed for action to implement an initiative by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to treat one million African citizens from Hepatitis C virus.
The third phase was launched in governorates of Giza, Gharbia, Sharqia, Dakahlia, Wadi Gadid, Qena, and Menya, targeting around 23.4 million citizens, said Minister of Health Hala al-Saed in a statement on Friday.
The statement revealed that as many as 6,999,000 citizens had been screened for HCV in Cairo so far, out of a total of 7,760,000 targeted for screening.
The council affirmed that they will all be treated at the expense of the state's Health Insurance General Authority.
The General Authority for Health Insurance announced that the ‘100 Million Seha’ initiative by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi targets checking 50 million Egyptian citizens for HCV and noncontiguous diseases such as diabetes, obesity and high blood pressur
Gamal Sheeha, the head of the parliamentary education and scientific research committee.
PM Sherif Ismail reviewed efforts to eliminate Hepatits C virus (HCV), within the framework of Egypt’s HCV national treatment program launched in 2014.
“The first Egyptian-American alternative to Harvoni and Magicbuvir Plus for treating patients infected with the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) will be available soon
Egyptian army will aid the health ministry to complete the state scheme of hepatitis C treatment within a year.
Spokesperson of the Health Ministry Khalid Mujahid said treatments for Hepatitis C are available in Egypt.