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EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ50S 
January 29, 2023 
A group of women holds a celebration for Sahar and Samia, and the founders of the Nahr el-Hub before... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
A group of women holds a celebration for Sahar and Samia, and the founders of the Nahr el-Hub before they leave for a 15-day Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ50U 
January 29, 2023 
Sahar Mohammed Ismail, 48, from Aswan, one of the cancer patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, is preparing... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
Sahar Mohammed Ismail, 48, from Aswan, one of the cancer patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, is preparing her suitcase because she was selected to go for a 15-day Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ50V 
January 29, 2023 
The suitcase of one of the patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, who was selected to go for a 15-day Umrah... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
The suitcase of one of the patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, who was selected to go for a 15-day Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca, is pictured in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ4NL 
January 29, 2023 
A group of women holds a celebration for Sahar and Samia, and the founders of the Nahr el-Hub before... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
A group of women holds a celebration for Sahar and Samia, and the founders of the Nahr el-Hub before they leave for a 15-day Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ4NJ 
January 29, 2023 
A group of women prepares food for cancer patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, in Giza, Egypt, January 29,... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
A group of women prepares food for cancer patients hosted by Nahr el-Hub, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ4NH 
January 29, 2023 
A group of women poses for a selfie with Sahar and Samia before they leave for the Umrah pilgrimage to... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
A group of women poses for a selfie with Sahar and Samia before they leave for the Umrah pilgrimage to Mecca in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ4NI 
January 29, 2023 
A group of women holds their hands out to pray, with Hajja Abla and Asma, in Giza, Egypt, January 29,... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
A group of women holds their hands out to pray, with Hajja Abla and Asma, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ4NK 
January 29, 2023 
Samia Hassan, 38, from South Sinai, looks through her room's window, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023.... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
Samia Hassan, 38, from South Sinai, looks through her room's window, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three female Egyptian retirees, to offer housing and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
EGYPT-CANCER/PATIENTS
RTSFQ2DE 
January 29, 2023 
Abla Sarhan, Khadra Abdul-Mohsen and Asma Uthman the founders of the Nahr al-Hub (The love river), pose... 
Giza, Egypt 
Women-run center for lodging cancer patients in Egypt 
Abla Sarhan, Khadra Abdul-Mohsen and Asma Uthman the founders of the Nahr al-Hub (The love river), pose for a portrait, in Giza, Egypt, January 29, 2023. Nahr el-Hub was set up by three Egyptian retirees women, to offer a free hosted and support for cancer patients who are not residents of Cairo and were forced to come to the capital for treatment at the hospital. REUTERS/Fatma Fahmy 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CANCER
RTSF7NIC 
January 10, 2023 
A radiotherapy technician prepares for administering a radiation treatment for a cancer patient at the... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
A radiotherapy technician prepares for administering a radiation treatment for a cancer patient at the... 
A radiotherapy technician prepares for administering a radiation treatment for a cancer patient at the National Oncology Center in Sanaa, Yemen January 10, 2023. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPS1 
November 10, 2022 
Biscuits for Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think... 
HOMAGAMA, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Biscuits for Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, are seen on a plate at his aunt's house in Homagama, Sri Lanka, November 10, 2022. Kumarasinghe dips biscuits into his tea as they are easy for him to swallow with a painful throat. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/ Dinuka Liyanawatte SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPS0 
November 10, 2022 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to... 
HOMAGAMA, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, has his head massaged by a relative at his aunt's home in Homagama, Sri Lanka, November 10, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/ Dinuka Liyanawatte SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRZ 
November 10, 2022 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to... 
HOMAGAMA, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, wears a neck support collar at his aunt's house in Homagama in Sri Lanka, November 10, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/ Dinuka Liyanawatte SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRV 
November 10, 2022 
Shashini Chamilka Maduhansi, 23, prepares tea for her husband, Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been... 
HOMAGAMA, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Shashini Chamilka Maduhansi, 23, prepares tea for her husband, Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, at his aunt's home in Homagama, Sri Lanka, November 10, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/ Dinuka Liyanawatte SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRU 
November 10, 2022 
Shashini Chamilka Maduhansi, 23, prepares medicine for her husband, Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has... 
HOMAGAMA, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Shashini Chamilka Maduhansi, 23, prepares medicine for her husband, Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, at his aunt's home in Homagama, Sri Lanka, November 10, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/ Dinuka Liyanawatte SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRY 
August 16, 2022 
Customers stand in line to buy medicine at a pharmacy near Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Customers stand in line to buy medicine at a pharmacy near Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 16, 2022. Hundreds of cancer patients have had their treatment upended by Sri Lanka's worst economic crisis since independence from Britain in 1948. Hospitals countrywide have struggled to contend with severe drug shortages, which have worsened over the last eight months, a representative of Sri Lanka's largest doctors union told Reuters. "All hospitals are experiencing shortages. There is difficulty in even sourcing basics like paracetamol, vitamin C and saline for outpatient services," said Vasan Ratnasingam, a spokesperson for the Government Medical Officers' Association. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRS 
August 16, 2022 
Medical workers walk past graffiti protesting against Sri Lanka’s former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa,... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Medical workers walk past graffiti protesting against Sri Lanka’s former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, on a wall Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 16, 2022. Hundreds of cancer patients have had their treatment upended by Sri Lanka's worst economic crisis since independence from Britain in 1948. Hospitals countrywide have struggled to contend with severe drug shortages, which have worsened over the last eight months, a representative of Sri Lanka's largest doctors union told Reuters. "All hospitals are experiencing shortages. There is difficulty in even sourcing basics like paracetamol, vitamin C and saline for outpatient services," said Vasan Ratnasingam, a spokesperson for the Government Medical Officers' Association. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRR 
August 16, 2022 
Needle marks are seen on the wrist of S. Saksan, 5, who has been diagnosed with leukaemia, while he takes... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Needle marks are seen on the wrist of S. Saksan, 5, who has been diagnosed with leukaemia, while he takes a nap after receiving cancer treatment at Apeksha Hospital, at a cancer care transit home, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 16, 2022. "Due to the current crisis in Sri Lanka, we are facing severe problems in transport and food," said his mother Sathiyaraj Silaksana, "I have no option but to pay for my son's needs. My husband, is a construction worker. In order to pay for all these expenses we pawned our jewellery." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRQ 
August 15, 2022 
Rathis Supiksa, 7, who has been diagnosed with both blood cancer and bone cancer in her leg, puts on... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Rathis Supiksa, 7, who has been diagnosed with both blood cancer and bone cancer in her leg, puts on a face mask at a cancer care transit home before heading to Apeksha Hospital for cancer treatment, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 15, 2022. "We never, ever faced a situation like this before. Even during the war period we ate well. but with the current situation in Sri Lanka, it is difficult to live." Said her father, Periyathambi Rathis, "I will definitely have to take out a loan from a loan shark to meet the child's expenses in the future." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPRP 
August 15, 2022 
Rathis Supiksa, 7, who has been diagnosed with both blood cancer and bone cancer in her leg, is carried... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Rathis Supiksa, 7, who has been diagnosed with both blood cancer and bone cancer in her leg, is carried by her aunt as they follow her father, Periyathambi Rathis, 32, towards Apeksha Hospital for cancer treatment, in Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 15, 2022. "We never, ever faced a situation like this before. Even during the war period we ate well. but with the current situation in Sri Lanka, it is difficult to live." Said Periyathambi "I will definitely have to take out a loan from a loan shark to meet the child's expenses in the future." SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPR5 
August 12, 2022 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, eats food donated by a temple at a communal kitchen in a cancer care transit home near Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 12, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPPF 
August 11, 2022 
A medical worker talks to a vendor selling household goods and food for patients and their family members,... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
A medical worker talks to a vendor selling household goods and food for patients and their family members, outside Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 11, 2022. Hundreds of cancer patients have had their treatment upended by Sri Lanka's worst economic crisis since independence from Britain in 1948. Hospitals countrywide have struggled to contend with severe drug shortages, which have worsened over the last eight months, a representative of Sri Lanka's largest doctors union told Reuters. "All hospitals are experiencing shortages. There is difficulty in even sourcing basics like paracetamol, vitamin C and saline for outpatient services," said Vasan Ratnasingam, a spokesperson for the Government Medical Officers' Association. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPPC 
August 11, 2022 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, poses at a cancer care transit home where he is staying near Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 11, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
SRI LANKA-CRISIS/HEALTH
RTSEEPPA 
August 11, 2022 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to... 
Colombo, Sri Lanka 
The Wider Image: Sri Lanka's cancer patients struggle amid economic chaos 
Priyantha Kumarasinghe, 32, who has been diagnosed with lung cancer which doctors think has spread to his neck and spine, plays a video game as he rests at a cancer care transit home near Apeksha Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka, August 11, 2022. Kumarasinghe started receiving treatment earlier this year just as Sri Lanka's economy went into free fall. Amid a crippling fuel scarcity and weeks of unrest, Kumarasinghe said he was unable to travel between his home and Sri Lanka's main cancer hospital for treatment. "If I had been able to get treatment properly during June, July and August there is a good possibility I could have reduced the lung cancer," he told Reuters. "Because that was not possible that may be the reason why the cancer has grown." REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "SRI LANKA CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SDHE 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo smiles while walking with this daughters Adriana and... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo smiles while walking with this daughters Adriana and Maria Claudia Sarmiento Gutierrez after the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SDHD 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo walks after the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo walks after the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SDC0 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SD9B 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo smiles after the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo smiles after the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SD5A 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SD59 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SCPI 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTS9SCLW 
July 21, 2022 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration... 
Bogota, Colombia 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo at inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research... 
Colombian billionaire Luis Carlos Sarmiento Angulo attends a news conference during the inauguration of a new Cancer Treatment and Research Centre, in Bogota, Colombia July 21, 2022. REUTERS/Nathalia Angarita 
YEMEN-SECURITY/TAIZ
RTS8DE4K 
May 22, 2022 
Mohsen al-Najdi, 53, a blood cancer patient, looks for a taxi vehicle following his medical treatment... 
TAIZ, Yemen 
Mohsen al-Najdi, a blood cancer patient, looks for a taxi vehicle following medical treatment, in Taiz... 
Mohsen al-Najdi, 53, a blood cancer patient, looks for a taxi vehicle following his medical treatment in Taiz, Yemen May 22, 2022. Picture taken May 22, 2022. REUTERS/Anees Mahyoub 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5Y0GX 
March 02, 2022 
Britain's Prince Charles looks at equipment used in Proton Beam Therapy treatment during a visit to open... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Britain's Prince Charles looks at equipment used in Proton Beam Therapy treatment during a visit to open University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5Y0FM 
March 02, 2022 
Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the Proton Beam Therapy service, shows the... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the Proton Beam Therapy service, shows the Britain's Prince Charles equipment used in the treatment during his visit to open University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5Y0FL 
March 02, 2022 
Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the Proton Beam Therapy service, shows the... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the Proton Beam Therapy service, shows the Britain's Prince Charles equipment used in the treatment during his visit to open University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5XZRU 
March 02, 2022 
Britain's Prince Charles sits with Karen Dawson and her daughter, 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Britain's Prince Charles sits with Karen Dawson and her daughter, 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) treatment and Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the PBT service, during his visit to open the Grafton Way Building, University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5XZPG 
March 02, 2022 
Britain's Prince Charles meets 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Britain's Prince Charles meets 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy treatment, during his visit to open the Grafton Way Building, University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5XZPD 
March 02, 2022 
Britain's Prince Charles meets 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Britain's Prince Charles meets 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy treatment, during his visit to open the Grafton Way Building, University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS5XZO0 
March 02, 2022 
Britain's Prince Charles sits with Karen Dawson and her daughter, 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Royal visit to University College Hospital in London 
Britain's Prince Charles sits with Karen Dawson and her daughter, 12 year-old patient Louise Dawson, who is receiving Proton Beam Therapy (PBT) treatment and Consultant oncologist Dr Yen-Ching Chang, clinical lead for the PBT service, during his visit to open the Grafton Way Building, University College Hospital's new flagship cancer and surgery building in London, Britain March 2, 2022. Jonathan Brady/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTS5H93P 
February 14, 2022 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to David Miller, 63, who is going through the final stages... 
Carlisle, United Kingdom 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits the Northern Centre for Cancer Care in Carlisle 
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to David Miller, 63, who is going through the final stages of his chemotherapy treatment, and MP for Carlisle John Stevenson, during a visit to the Northern Centre for Cancer Care as part of his tour of UK, in Carlisle, North Cumbria, Britain February 14, 2022. Owen Humphreys/Pool via REUTERS 
SYRIA-HEALTH/CANCER
RTXK5N4H 
November 13, 2021 
Rawan Tarabih, a 29 year-old cancer patient, receives treatment in Damascus, Syria, November 13, 2021.... 
Damascus, Syria 
Rawan Tarabih, a 29 year-old cancer patient, receives treatment in Damascus 
Rawan Tarabih, a 29 year-old cancer patient, receives treatment in Damascus, Syria, November 13, 2021. Picture taken November 13, 2021. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
ISRAEL-CANCER/TECHNOLOGY-3D PRINTING
RTXFU7NO 
August 17, 2021 
Blood analog is pumped through vessel-like tubes for use in a 3D model of a tumour, as part of a brain... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments 
Blood analog is pumped through vessel-like tubes for use in a 3D model of a tumour, as part of a brain cancer research that uses patients' cells to make 3D printed models of tumours, at Tel Aviv University, Israel August 17, 2021. Picture taken August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nir Elias 
ISRAEL-CANCER/TECHNOLOGY-3D PRINTING
RTXFU7NL 
August 17, 2021 
Israeli researcher Lena Neufeld examines a 3D model of a blood vessel-like tube, as part of a brain cancer... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments 
Israeli researcher Lena Neufeld examines a 3D model of a blood vessel-like tube, as part of a brain cancer research that uses patients' cells to make 3D printed models of tumours, at Tel Aviv University, Israel August 17, 2021. Picture taken August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nir Elias 
ISRAEL-CANCER/TECHNOLOGY-3D PRINTING
RTXFU7NP 
August 17, 2021 
A 3D model of a tumour is made using bioprinting technology, as part of a brain cancer research that... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments 
A 3D model of a tumour is made using bioprinting technology, as part of a brain cancer research that uses patients' cells to make 3D printed models of tumours, at Tel Aviv University, Israel August 17, 2021. Picture taken August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nir Elias 
ISRAEL-CANCER/TECHNOLOGY-3D PRINTING
RTXFU7NK 
August 17, 2021 
Israeli researcher Lena Neufeld examines a 3D model of a malignant tumour, as part of a brain cancer... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments 
Israeli researcher Lena Neufeld examines a 3D model of a malignant tumour, as part of a brain cancer research that uses patients' cells to make 3D printed models of tumours, at Tel Aviv University, Israel August 17, 2021. Picture taken August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nir Elias 
ISRAEL-CANCER/TECHNOLOGY-3D PRINTING
RTXFU7NS 
August 17, 2021 
Israeli researcher Eilam Yeini examines a microscope image of a blood vessel tube surrounded by cancer... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
Cancer patients' own cells used in 3D printed tumours to test treatments 
Israeli researcher Eilam Yeini examines a microscope image of a blood vessel tube surrounded by cancer tissues, as part of a brain cancer research that uses patients' cells to make 3D printed models of tumours, at Tel Aviv University, Israel August 17, 2021. Picture taken August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Nir Elias 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5I0Q 
August 16, 2021 
A doctor checks on Nashira Haiyan, 63, as she lies on a bed at al-Shafaqa charity where she receives... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Doctor checks on Nashira Haiyan at al-Shafaqa charity where she receives medical support during her treatment... 
A doctor checks on Nashira Haiyan, 63, as she lies on a bed at al-Shafaqa charity where she receives medical support during her treatment for cancer in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5HIC 
August 16, 2021 
Mother of Muhammad Abu Baker, 7, carries him at al-Shafaqa charity where he receives medical support... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Mother of Muhammad Abu Baker carries him at al-Shafaqa charity where he receives medical support during... 
Mother of Muhammad Abu Baker, 7, carries him at al-Shafaqa charity where he receives medical support during his treatment for cancer in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5GPF 
August 16, 2021 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, looks as a doctor reviews anatomical images of her at a hospital where... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, looks on, as a doctor reviews anatomical images of her at a hospital where... 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, looks as a doctor reviews anatomical images of her at a hospital where she receives cancer treatment in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5GP8 
August 16, 2021 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, waits with her father at a hospital where she receives cancer treatment... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, waits with her father at a hospital where she receives cancer treatment... 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, waits with her father at a hospital where she receives cancer treatment in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5GOY 
August 16, 2021 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, and her father walk towards a hospital where she receives cancer treatment... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, and her father walk towards a hospital where she receives cancer treatment... 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, and her father walk towards a hospital where she receives cancer treatment in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH-CHARITY
RTXG5GOR 
August 16, 2021 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, reacts as a nurse takes a blood sample from her at a hospital where she... 
Sanaa, Yemen 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, reacts as a nurse takes a blood sample from her at a hospital where she... 
Ashjan Muhammad al-Qamis, 30, reacts as a nurse takes a blood sample from her at a hospital where she receives cancer treatment in Sanaa, Yemen August 16, 2021. Picture taken August 16, 2021. REUTERS/Nusaibah Almuaalemi 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP2CJ 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, sits with her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon during the Beating of... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, sits with her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon during the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP2CI 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, sits with her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon during the Beating of... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, sits with her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon during the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP2CD 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, waves to Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, while sitting next to her... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, waves to Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, while sitting next to her sister Jodi and mother Lynda during the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of the Duke and Duchess at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father Scott through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP258 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon (obscured) attend the Beating of... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon (obscured) attend the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP256 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon (obscured) attend the Beating of... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon (obscured) attend the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCP255 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon attend the Beating of the Retreat,... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, 5, her sister Jodi and parents Lynda and Scott Sneddon attend the Beating of the Retreat, as special guests of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. An image Mila, a cancer patient, was featured in the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ROYALS/SCOTLAND
RTXCOUBK 
May 27, 2021 
Mila Sneddon, aged five, with her sister Jodi Sneddon (L), mother Lynda Sneddon and father Scott Sneddon... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visits Scotland 
Mila Sneddon, aged five, with her sister Jodi Sneddon (L), mother Lynda Sneddon and father Scott Sneddon pose for a picture after meeting Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh, Scotland, Britain May 27, 2021. Cancer patient Mila is featured in an image from the Hold Still photography project which showed her kissing her father through a window whilst she was shielding during her chemotherapy treatment. Jane Barlow/PA Wire/Pool via REUTERS 
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