Patients from Aleppo seek recovery in Gaziantep hospital.Summary: GAZIANTEP Gaziantep (gä'zēän`tĕp), formerly Aintab (īntäb`), city (1990 pop. 627,584), capital of Gaziantep prov., S Turkey. (Cihan/TZ)-A protocol signed between the research hospital of the Gaziantep University medical school and the Aleppo Aleppo (əlĕp`ō) or Alep (əlĕp`), Arabic Haleb, city (1993 est. pop. 1,500,000), capital of Aleppo governorate, NW Syria. University Hospital three months ago has provided patients in Aleppo with access to treatment in Gaziantep.
So far, 20 patients have received treatment at the Gaziantep University Hospital, most of who are reportedly cancer patients. Aa The patients contacted the Aleppo Information and Guidance Center in Turkey, which was established for the purpose of helping people coming from Aleppo receive treatment and navigate (1) "Surfing the Web." To move from page to page on the Web.
(2) To move through the menu structure in a software application. the Turkish healthcare system to ensure they are able to stay at the Gaziantep hospital until their treatment is concluded, even if over an extended period of time. Aa Mueeyed Sharabati, who has been undergoing treatment in Gaziantep, stated that with the project she will be able to regain her health.Aa "When my health problems persisted after treatment in Damascus, I planned to go to Jordan. But Muhammad Hallaq, a friend of mine who is a doctor, advised me to go Turkey due to its close proximity and high-quality medical services. I then applied to the Aleppo Information and Guidance Center at Gaziantep University and am now being treated by Turkish doctors," Sharabati, who has been at the hospital for a week, reported.AaAaAa Aa The project coordinator of the Aleppo Information and Guidance Center, Ilyas Gogebakan, expressed the belief that the number of patients applying to the hospital from Syria will surge in the next two months.
Noting the warm relations between Damascus and Ankara, which have been further strengthened by the recent abolishment a·bol·ish
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2. To destroy completely. of visa requirements between the two countries, Gogebakan said only 120 kilometers separate Aleppo and Gaziantep. "If a patient in Aleppo wants to go to Damascus, it takes three or four hours; if he decides to go to Jordan, it's a seven or eight-hour trip. Our aim here is to finish the treatment as quickly as possible and send them back home. Our staff helps patients coming from Aleppo with translation and counseling at the hospital," Gogebakan stated.
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