Sharjah Ruler attends lecture by Dr. Philip Salem on ICT
February 04, 2023 / 3:38 PM
Sharjah24: His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, witnessed this morning, in the presence of Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah, President of the University of Sharjah, a scientific lecture on the latest developments in cancer treatment presented by Dr. Philip Salem, Head of the Salem Oncology Center in the United States of America, at the University of Sharjah.
Dr. Philip Salem, in his lecture, presented what the Salem Oncology Center offers, one of the most notable treatment centers in the world, in addition to reviewing the latest methods of treating various types of cancer, called ICT. The center worked on developing it and successfully provided treatment for several patients with advanced conditions who no longer respond to conventional treatments.
At the end of his lecture, Dr. Philip Salem recommended that modern cancer treatment be considered, especially in cases that do not respond to conventional treatment. He also recommended continuing more clinical trials to evaluate further and develop the method.
Dr. Hamid Majul Al Nuaimi, Chancellor of the University of Sharjah, delivered an opening speech in which he thanked His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah, and Founder of the University, for sponsoring and attending of this event. He also thanked Sheikh Sultan bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Deputy Ruler of Sharjah and President of the University, for his continuous support and guidance for all university activities and events. The lecture was attended by Sheikh Mohammed bin Humaid Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Department of Statistics and Community Development; Dr. Abdulaziz Saeed Al Muhairi, Chairman of the Sharjah Health Authority; Mohammed Obaid Al Zaabi, Head of the Protocol and Hospitality Department; several members of the University Board of Trustees, Vice Chancellors of the University, and a large number of faculty members and students of the university's medical schools.