The King Fahad National Center for Children's Cancer Research in Riyadh (commonly referred to as the "Children's Cancer Centre" or "CCC") at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre is:
The Children's Cancer Centre consists of two inpatient care wards (Ward A has 16 beds and Ward B has 20 beds), an outpatient clinic, a drop-in clinic, and a four-bed pediatric oncology ICU. It receives between 350 and 450 new cases annually, and patients range in age from newborn to 13 years.
The most commonly treated problems include:
Due to cultural restrictions, the positions are reserved for FEMALE candidates.
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The King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Centre, Riyadh, with 894 beds (inclusive of 170 day beds), is the most high acuity tertiary-care centre in the entire Arabian Peninsula. Opened in 1975, it is constantly expanding and updating its facilities and services. Has the latest in technology and treatment methods.
Specializes in treatment of, and research in, cardiology, oncology, organ transplant, and genetic diseases. more
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
The capital city, population about 5 million and expanding into the surrounding desert at a rapid pace. Has extravagantly fanciful buildings, malls, and towers.
The social life for Westerners is enriched by events at the foreign embassies in the city. After people acclimatize to the heat, they play sports: golf, tennis, hockey, soccer, sand-board.
Saudi Arabia, population of almost 27 million, with mountains and the Red Sea on the west coast, the Arabian Gulf on the east coast, and the Empty Quarter in the middle.
Mecca and Medina, the two most holy cities in Islam, are located north of Jeddah. The country's majority religion is Sunni Islam. Common recreational activities pursued by Westerners: desert camping, swimming and diving in the Red Sea, running, tennis, hiking in the mountains. more
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