Dialysis centers appeal to authorities to provide necessary medications amid acute shortage of dialysis fluid


The lack of necessary medicines in the dialysis center at Al-Sadaqa Hospital in Yemen’s Aden threatens the lives of dialysis patients. Doctors appealed to the government and the competent medical authorities to quickly provide the center with the necessary medications before it runs out of dialysates and closes.

Although there are dozens of international organizations in Yemen, most of them working in the health sector, treatment and support centers for incurable diseases are struggling with an acute shortage of dialysis solutions and medicines for patients.

Last month, 10 children with cancer died in the capital, Sana’a, after taking an expired drug, which sparked controversy among Yemenis and the medical sector.

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