TIRANA, April 30
Albania and Greece reached an important agreement in the healthcare sector. Albanian Minister of Health and Social Protection Ogerta Manastirliu confirmed that the agreement signed following the twinning of Mother Teresa University Hospital Centre and Agia Sofia General Children’s Hospital will help to treat childhood leukemia.
“This agreement makes possible the annual treatment of six Albanian children diagnosed with leukemia. These are cases of children that need a stem cell transplantation or specialized treatment,” Manastriliu said.
On her part, the President of Elpida Foundation, Marianna V.Vardinoyanis guaranteed support for the Albanian children and for their free treatment at Agia Sofia Hospital in Athens.
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