By Sami Zaptia.
London, 7 September 2020:
The Health Attaché of Libya’s Embassy in Jordan, Dr. Walid Al-Jilani, revealed that Libya has settled most of its debts with Jordanian hospitals, and that the remaining debt does not exceed US$ 40 million, the eastern-based state LANA news agency reported yesterday.
“The treatment of cancer patients has been limited to al-Hussein Centre only, due to the centre’s advanced cancer treatment services, and we do not have any cancer patients being treated outside the centre,” al-Jilani said.
Al-Jilani pointed out that what distinguishes al-Hussein Centre is that it is subject to the prices of the Jordanian Doctors Union, unlike other hospitals, in addition to the concentration of patients in one hospital will contribute significantly to the focus of efforts in one direction and not scattered here and there.
Ahmed Faraj Allah, Chairman of Jordan’s Treatment Committee, said al-Hussein Cancer Centre recently approved the reception of six children from Benghazi Children’s Hospital, according to the hospital’s media office, LANA reported.