After the death of her husband… What are the latest developments in the health of the artist, Dalal Abdel Aziz?

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A source from the family of the Egyptian artist, Dalal Abdel Aziz, revealed the latest developments related to her health condition.

According to the Egyptian newspaper, Al-Watan, a source from the family of Dalal Abdel Aziz informed her that her condition is improving and relatively stable.

The source added that Dalal suffers from lung cirrhosis, which arose in her as a negative effect of the Corona virus, and doctors are working to treat it.

The unnamed source also confirmed to the Egyptian newspaper, that Dalal is aware of everything that is going on around her, and that her children and their husbands are next to her throughout the day in order not to feel lonely or in the absence of Samir Ghanem, and they tell her that he is far from her so as not to be infected with Corona, and that he is old for that He is unable to visit her, but he constantly contacts them to reassure her.

With regard to her obtaining oxygen, the source said that she needs it because of fibrosis, pointing out that she feels shortness of breath if her oxygen supply is stopped.

According to the same source, doctors are working to raise the level of oxygen in the blood and lungs, in order to remove the oxygen device from them, in addition to giving them some medications that help treat pulmonary fibrosis.

Regarding the treatment of pulmonary fibrosis, the source said that it is being treated, but it needs a long period of time, as it may reach several months, and that the stage of difficulty is the stage of the beginning of hospitalization, which Dalal has already begun.

The artist Samir Ghanem had entered a Cairo hospital to receive treatment, accompanied by his wife, the artist Dalal Abdel Aziz, after they were infected with the new Corona virus, but the comedy star died late last month.

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