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EghtesadOnline: The average costs associated with childhood cancer treatment have increased by 27% in the eight months to Nov. 20 compared with the corresponding period of last fiscal year, says Arasb Ahmadian, managing director of Mahak, which supports children suffering from cancer in Iran.

Mahak is a charity organization established around 30 years ago, which has continued to function as an independent non-governmental organization to support the welfare of children with cancer and their families. 

According to Ahmadian, over 7,600 children assisted by Mahak have recovered from cancer over the past 30 years. 

“Presently, more than 20,000 kids affected by cancer are undergoing medical treatment at governmental hospitals and are financially supported by Mahak,” he was quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency. 

 

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