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The Tunisian Cabinet Meeting Decisions To Be Implemented

The cabinet meeting, chaired by President Ben Ali on June 2, 2010, which has been focusing on how to promote cancer treatment and how to prevent it, has now come to decisions on how to achieve that.

According to the national plan, as they focused on the cancerous diseases, types and rates of death caused by this disease at a national level with the aim of improving the quality of patients’ life, promote their support and better control these diseases, fight against the factors causing cancer and strengthening information on the benefits of healthy food, promoting palliative care, and the promotion of scientific research in this sector. The council reviewed the evolution of cancerous diseases in Tunisia as part of monitoring the achievement of the objectives outlined in the Presidential Program 2010-2014. It also presented the main achievements in the fight against this disease, including the national strategy in place since 2001.

They then decided, according to President Ben Ali, to strength the efforts to raise awareness about the importance of health and food behavior. It was also agreed to boost the network of hospital centers specialized in treatment of cancers, by speeding up completion of the Ariana Centre and the regional Jendouba, Gafsa and Gabes poles and provide appropriate means for the creation of the “Zahraoui” Centre for Prevention, Treatment and Palliative Care of cancer. The industrial units operating in the production of generic drugs for cancer diseases are being installed by private investors before going into production in 2010 aiming at reducing drug costs, from 30 to 50%.

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