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Cancer hospital in Balochistan


Cancer is a deadly disease which is very common these days, but doctors have found the cure for this disease which can save lives of ones affected by it. But the people of Balochistan yet are deprived of such treatment.

Balochistan is combating against numerous diseases but during past couple of years, the number of cancer patients have increased and many families have so far lost their loved ones. Despite being the largest and most contributing province in terms of economy, Balochistan does not have a single cancer hospital. Cancer has defeated us but now we have to fight against it boldly; no, doubt the struggle and efforts of the civil society in this regard are countless. They collected donations for the cancer patients but donation is not the solution, the establishment of a free cancer hospital is.
On the other hand, Rehan Rind Foundation seems deeply committed to fulfil Rehan’s dream for establishing a free cancer hospital in Balochistan. I humbly request the government of Balochistan to establish a cancer hospital in Balochistan before we lose more young lives.
Kolahoo, Tutbat


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