UAE fully prepared in disaster management medicine

Dr Tammam Aloudat, deputy medical director of Medecins Sans Frontieres, told Gulf News: “While the UAE is well equipped to deal with emergency services in case of hospitals in times of major accidents, cardio-vascular diseases or stroke patients …
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