Khaama: The existing data show that the number of cases in Afghanistan has been increasing compared to last year, officials said. Most of these cases were breast cancer among women. At the same time, men mainly had throat cancer, and the reasons were the use of chemicals, lengthy wars and the use of different weaponry
Tolo News: The number of patients suffering from cancer has increased across the country, the Ministry of Public Health said, adding that more than 10,000 patients have been referred to cancer centers over the past five months. The rise of cancer cases comes as Afghanistan is facing a shortage of medical equipment in a weakened
Tolo News: Officials at the Ministry of Public Health voiced concerns over the surge in cancer cases, saying that an estimated 16,000 to 20,000 Afghans lose their lives to cancer annually. “In Afghanistan, annually, around 40,000 people are infected by cancer. Around 16,000-20,000 people are losing their lives to the disease annually,” said Mohammad Hussien
Tolo News: The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said the number of patients diagnosed with cancer has increased in state hospitals, saying that 13,500 patients diagnosed with cancer have been recorded since the beginning of the 1400 solar year. According to health officials, health care services are deteriorating every day as state hospitals face the
Ariana: The Afghanistan Cancer Foundation (ACF) said on Thursday that 15,000 people in Afghanistan die of cancer in the country every year. The ACF said that a shortage of diagnostic centers, low capacity and food, drugs and insecurity all contribute to the increase in numbers. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: At least 16,000 people died from various types of cancer diseases last year in Afghanistan out of 39,000 people who were diagnosed with cancer in 2020, according to figures by the Ministry of Public Health. The Ministry of Public Health said that the polluted environment, unhealthy food, drugs, war and bombings are the
Tolo News: Figures by the Ministry of Public Health show that 20,000 people are suffering from cancer diseases every year, of which 15,000 lose their lives. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer among Afghans, the statistics show. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Figures by the Ministry of Public Health show that almost 40,000 people have been diagnosed with different types of cancer diseases, citing lack of awareness for an increase in the number of patients countrywide. The figures show that more than 3,000 women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018, of which, 1,700 patients have died due
Tolo News: Officials from the only Cancer Treatment Center in the country said at an event to mark World Cancer Day on Saturday that at least 6,000 patients have visited the center in the past year. According to the center, 55 percent of their patients are men while 45 percent of their patients are women. Click
Press TV February 9, 2016 A senior member of Taliban’s leadership died in a hospital in Pakistan’s southwest, in what could embarrass Islamabad and expose its alleged links to the militants in neighboring Afghanistan. Sources said on Tuesday that Mullah Muhammad Hassan Rahmani, a member of Taliban’s Shoura Council, died overnight of cancer in a