Cheers Jaber thanked the leadership.
The Saudi doctor worked with a research team for 6 consecutive months on this research, which won the praise of the World Health Organization and a number of international medical sites, and was published on the website of international organizations interested in the health field, foremost of which is the World Health Organization.
In a statement to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the Saudi doctor thanked the wise leadership and the Ministry of Education for the support they provide to the Saudi student outside and inside the Kingdom, adding that the Cultural Attaché in Cairo has spared no effort in facilitating the procedures that helped her to succeed in this research, in addition to Professor of Pediatric Cardiology at Kasr Al-Aini, Dr. Antoine Fakhry Abdel-Masih.
The Saudi doctor said: The basic research idea began about the impact of sport and its role in strengthening the immune system against the emerging corona virus, and then specialized in the idea of reducing “lactate” in virus patients who are practicing sports and the effect of this substance on the immune system and strengthening it against “Covid-19”.
For her part, Director of the Expatriates Department at the Egyptian Ministry of Higher Education, Dr. Rasha Kamal, praised the importance of the research participation presented by the Saudi doctor that received great attention from the World Health Organization, describing it as a great testament to the scientific excellence in the Kingdom and Egypt.