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AFRICA-HUNGER/
RTSE5205 
December 01, 2022 
Nadifa Abdi Isak plays with her son Farhan, who recently received an emergency transfusion to treat malnutrition-induced... 
Mogadishu, Somalia 
Benadir Hospital, Mogadishu, Somalia 
Nadifa Abdi Isak plays with her son Farhan, who recently received an emergency transfusion to treat malnutrition-induced anaemia in Mogadishu, Somalia December 1, 2022. REUTERS/Feisal Omar 
USA-HEALTH
RTX1SJ1U 
September 25, 2015 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois,... 
PARK RIDGE, UNITED STATES 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge 
Sophia Trujillo has blood drawn from her mediport at Advocate Children's Hospital in Park Ridge, Illinois, September 25, 2015. Trujillo has aplastic anemia and needs a bone marrow transplant but with her multi-racial background of Filipino, Spanish, Irish and Italian, the search for her match has been difficult. REUTERS/Jim Young TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCXF 
June 06, 2011 
A nurse assists a man donating blood at a blood drive of the German red cross (DRK) in Berlin, June 6,... 
Berlin, Germany 
A nurse assists man donatING blood at blood drive of the German red cross in Berlin 
A nurse assists a man donating blood at a blood drive of the German red cross (DRK) in Berlin, June 6, 2011. German hospitals are struggling to cope with the flood of E.coli victims, as scientists remain puzzled by the deadly bug that has killed 22 and sickened 2,200 people across Europe. Hospitals in the northern port city of Hamburg, the epicentre of the outbreak that began three weeks ago,have been moving out patients with less serious illnesses to handle the surge of people stricken by the rare and virulent bacteria. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANYPOLITICS - Tags: HEALTH) POLITICS) 
INDIA
RTR23B30 
January 12, 2009 
Prinka Shahani, 8, who suffers from Thalassemia, takes part in an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern... 
Siliguri, India 
Prinka Shahani, who sufffers from from Thalassemia, takes part in awareness campaign rally in Siliguri... 
Prinka Shahani, 8, who suffers from Thalassemia, takes part in an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri January 12, 2009. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterised by anaemia and found in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR23B2T 
January 12, 2009 
Children suffering from Thalassemia hold a placard during an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern... 
Siliguri, India 
Children suffering from Thalassemia hold a placard during awareness campaign rally in Siliguri 
Children suffering from Thalassemia hold a placard during an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri January 12, 2009. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterised by anaemia and found in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR23B2L 
January 12, 2009 
Children suffering from Thalassemia take part in an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern Indian... 
Siliguri, India 
Children suffering from Thalassemia take part in awareness campaign rally in Siliguri 
Children suffering from Thalassemia take part in an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri January 12, 2009. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterised by anaemia and found in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA
RTR23B2A 
January 12, 2009 
Suvro Joti Pal Chowdhury, 7, who is suffering from thalassemia, takes part in an awareness campaign rally... 
Siliguri, India 
Chowdhury who is suffering from thalassemia takes part in awareness campaign rally in Siliguri 
Suvro Joti Pal Chowdhury, 7, who is suffering from thalassemia, takes part in an awareness campaign rally in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri January 12, 2009. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterised by anaemia and is prevalent in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTX5HAP 
May 08, 2008 
Suvro Joti Pal Chowdhury, 6, suffering from Thalassemia, holds a placard during an awareness campaign... 
Siliguri, India 
Suvro Joti suffering from Thalassemia holds placard during awareness campaign in Siliguri 
Suvro Joti Pal Chowdhury, 6, suffering from Thalassemia, holds a placard during an awareness campaign on the occasion of World Thalassemia Day in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri May 8, 2008. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterized by anaemia and found in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTX5HAI 
May 08, 2008 
Gouri Dey, 14, suffering from Thalassemia, holds a placard during an awareness campaign on the occasion... 
Siliguri, India 
Dey suffering from Thalassemia holds placard during awareness campaign in Siliguri 
Gouri Dey, 14, suffering from Thalassemia, holds a placard during an awareness campaign on the occasion of World Thalassemia Day in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri May 8, 2008. Thalassemia is an inherited disorder of haemoglobin in red blood cells, characterized by anaemia and found in individuals of Mediterranean, African, or Southeast Asian ancestry. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA) 
KAZAKHSTAN
RTXNFNP 
April 21, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR05 - Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps... 
ARALSK, Kazakhstan 
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR05 - Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sl..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 16APR05 - Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps next to his mother, Ummet, in a hospital in Aralsk, southwestern Kazakhstan April 18, 2005. Once the world's fourth largest lake, the Aral has shrunk so much that it has now split into two separate bodies of water. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been running an Aral Sea Programme since 1995, focusing mainly on water resources management, small business development, humanitarian assistance and a social and health programme as the ecological disaster of the dying sea has brought about a host of associated health problems. 
KAZAKHSTAN
RTR8UND 
April 18, 2005 
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps next to his mother,... 
ARALSK, Kazakhstan 
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman sleeps next to his mother, Ummet, in a hospital in Aralsk. 
Ten-month-old Kazakh boy Arman, suffering from anaemia and lung sickness, sleeps next to his mother, Ummet, in a hospital in Aralsk, south-western Kazakhstan April 18, 2005. Once the world's fourth largest lake, the Aral has shrunk so much that it has now split into two separate bodies of water. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has been running an Aral Sea Programme since 1995, focusing mainly on water resources management, small business development, humanitarian assistance and a social and health programme as the ecological disaster of the dying sea has brought about a host of associated health problems. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov SZH/DY 
CHINA DONOR
RTR155OF 
February 18, 2003 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, holds up a
picture of her adopted Chinese-born... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
LINDA WELLS HOLDS UP A PICTURE OF HER ADOPTED CHINESE-BORN DAUGHTER
KAILEE IN BEIJING. 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, holds up a
picture of her adopted Chinese-born daughter Kailee during a news
conference aimed at finding a bone marrow donor for the child in
Beijing February 18, 2003. Kailee, 6, also known by her Chinese name
Changban, was adopted by Linda as a baby after she was abandoned as a
10-day old on the doorstep of a teacher-training college in Hunan
province in China. At the age of five, Kailee was diagnosed with severe
aplastic anaemia and is now critically ill. She could die within months
if a suitable donor is not found. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

WC/CP 
CHINA DONOR
RTRIIJD 
February 18, 2003 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, holds up a
picture of her adopted Chinese-born... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
LINDA WELLS HOLDS UP A PICTURE OF HER ADOPTED CHINESE-BORN DAUGHTER
KAILEE IN BEIJING. 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, holds up a
picture of her adopted Chinese-born daughter Kailee during a news
conference aimed at finding a bone marrow donor for the child in
Beijing February 18, 2003. Kailee, 6, also known by her Chinese name
Changban, was adopted by Linda as a baby after she was abandoned as a
10-day old on the doorstep of a teacher-training college in Hunan
province in China. At the age of five, Kailee was diagnosed with severe
aplastic anaemia and is now critically ill. She could die within months
if a suitable donor is not found. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

WC/CP 
CHINA DONOR
RTRIIIO 
February 18, 2003 
Linda Wells (C), 50, from New Mexico in the United States, thanks a
Chinese volunteer for giving a blood... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
LINDA WELLS THANKS A CHINESE VOLUNTEER FOR GIVING A BLOOD SAMPLE IN
BEIJING. 
Linda Wells (C), 50, from New Mexico in the United States, thanks a
Chinese volunteer for giving a blood sample which could help save
Linda's adopted Chinese-born daughter Kailee, before a news conference
in Beijing February 18, 2003. Linda was making a desperate plea for a
bone marrow donor for Kailee. Kailee, 6, also known by her Chinese name
Changban, was adopted by Linda as a baby after she was abandoned as a
10-day old on the doorstep of a teacher-training college in Hunan
province in China. At the age of five, Kailee was diagnosed with severe
aplastic anaemia and is now critically ill. She could die within months
if a suitable donor is not found.

REUTERS/Wilson Chu 
CHINA DONOR
RTRIIII 
February 18, 2003 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, grieves over her
adopted Chinese-born daughter... 
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of 
LINDA WELLS GRIEVES OVER HER ADOPTED CHINESE-BORN DAUGHTER KAILEE IN
BEIJING. 
Linda Wells, 50, from New Mexico in the United States, grieves over her
adopted Chinese-born daughter Kailee, featured in the front picture,
who needs a bone marrow transplant to cure a severe illness during a
news conference in Beijing February 18, 2003. Kailee, 6, also known by
her Chinese name Changban, was adopted by Linda as a baby after she was
abandoned as a 10-day old on the doorstep of a teacher-training college
in Hunan province in China. At the age of five, Kailee was diagnosed
with severe aplastic anaemia and is now critically ill. She could die
within months if a suitable donor is not found. REUTERS/Wilson Chu

WC/CP 
MIDEAST
RTR8BLR 
July 29, 2002 
PALESTINIAN MOTHER MIRIAM JAFRA HOLDS HER INFANT AMIR WHILE HER
THREE-YEAR OLD SON MAHMOUD LOOKS ON... 
PALESTINIAN MOTHER MIRIAM JAFRA HOLDS HER INFANT AMIR WHILE HER
THREE-YEAR OLD SON MAHMOUD LOOKS ON... 
PALESTINIAN MOTHER MIRIAM JAFRA HOLDS HER INFANT AMIR WHILE HER
THREE-YEAR OLD SON MAHMOUD LOOKS ON AS THEY WAIT FOR TREATMENT.


Palestinian mother Miriam Jafra holds her infant Amir while her
three-year old son Mahmoud looks on as they wait for treatment for
heart problems and anaemia at a clinic in the West Bank town of
Turkumiya July 29, 2002. Excerpts released from a new U.S. Agency for
International Development (USAID) report say that malnutrition is
widespread among Palestinian children and that many rural Palestinians,
who live surrounded by Israeli army closures, do not have adequate
access to medical care. The report is due to be released in full on
August 5. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh 
BRITAIN QUEENMOTHER
RTRLAIU 
August 01, 2001 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth smiles after laying the foundation stone of
the Memorial Gates, a monument... 
London, UK 
QUEEN ELIZABETH SMILES DURING AN OFFICIAL CEREMONY. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth smiles after laying the foundation stone of
the Memorial Gates, a monument to Indian, African and Caribbean World
War volunteers, on Constitution Hill, London, August 1, 2001. The Queen
today said her mother, who underwent a blood transfusion after being
admitted to a London hospital suffering from anaemia, needed a good
rest.

MC 
BRITAIN QUEENMOTHER
RTRL9TF 
August 01, 2001 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother walks with the aid of sticks
as she arrives at King Edward... 
London, UK 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH, THE QUEEN MOTHER ARRIVES AT HOSPITAL
SUFFERING FROM ANAEMIA. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother walks with the aid of sticks
as she arrives at King Edward VII hospital in central London August 1,
2001. The Queen Mother was admitted to hospital suffering from
anaemia.

IW/PS/CLH/ 
BRITAIN QUEENMOTHER
RTRL9T9 
August 01, 2001 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother walks with the aid of sticks
as she arrives at King Edward... 
London, UK 
BRITAIN'S QUEEN ELIZABETH, THE QUEEN MOTHER ARRIVES AT HOSPITAL AFTER
SUFFERING HEAT EXHAUSTION. 
Britain's Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother walks with the aid of sticks
as she arrives at King Edward VII hospital in central London August 1,
2001. The Queen Mother was been admitted to hospital suffering from
anaemia.

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