His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, directed the payment of the costs of treating critical cases of newly infected Corona virus (Covid-19) through stem cells.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, also received a phone call from Ibrahim Boubaker Keita, President of the friendly Republic of Mali, on bilateral relations, ways of supporting and developing them in various fields, and a number of regional and international issues of common concern.
During the contact, the two sides exchanged congratulations on the occasion of the blessed month of Ramadan, praying to God Almighty that health, goodness and peace prevail in the UAE, the Republic of Mali, the Muslim countries and the whole world. They also discussed the developments of the “Corona” epidemic at the regional and international levels and mechanisms to confront it and deal with its repercussions in the world, as well as the possibilities of cooperation between the two friendly countries and coordinate their efforts in dealing with this epidemic.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan affirmed during the call the support of the friendly UAE of the Republic of Mali in confronting the “Corona” epidemic out of its steadfast orientations in solidarity with various countries in the world in dealing with the threat posed by this epidemic, indicating his highness the importance of re-consideration To the concepts of international solidarity, one human destiny, collective security and human brotherhood in light of the consequences of the Corona epidemic.
His Highness added that the world can not face the global challenges that threaten the security, development, health, and stability of its peoples except through solidarity and mutual support, wishing His Highness the Republic of Mali and its people safety from all evil and hatred.
For his part, President Ibrahim Boubaker Keita, President of the Republic of Mali, expressed his thanks to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan for his country’s support with medical supplies to face the challenges of the spread of the “Corona virus”, and his appreciation of the human and civilizational trends of the UAE in its relations and dealings with various countries, which raise The value of solidarity between people in facing common challenges.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan directed the payment of the costs of treating critical cases of newly infected “Corona” virus “Covid 19” through stem cells.
His Highness’s initiative comes after the recent announcement by the Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Center to enable him to reach this auxiliary treatment and the success of the treatment experience in the country in 73 cases.
The initiative aims to promote and encourage medical research to develop a supportive treatment for people infected with the “emerging corona virus” with human and technical capabilities, and to provide its requirements and technologies, and facilitate its generalization procedures for all state hospitals.
Stem cell therapy targets critical cases, as this treatment, in addition to the medical measures taken, reflects the concerted efforts and the UAE’s endeavor to contribute to ending the epidemic (Covid 19).
The Abu Dhabi Stem Cell Center has announced that it can access this supportive treatment, as it helps patients overcome the symptoms caused by the emerging Corona virus, but it does not eliminate the virus itself.
It includes extracting stem cells from the patient’s blood and re-entering them after activation, and treatment was tried in the country in many cases where they were cured, and the result of the examination appeared negative after the introduction of treatment to the lungs through inhalation by a fine spray.
The therapeutic effect is aimed at regenerating the lung cells, and modifying their immune response, to prevent them from overreacting to the “Covid 19” infection and causing more healthy cells to be damaged.
The treatment was provided to patients in conjunction with traditional medical intervention and will continue to be applied as a support to the established treatment protocols rather than as a substitute for them.
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