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Who we are
The Chronic Care Center is a medico-social institution, specialized in the treatment and follow-up of childhood chronic diseases: Thalassemia and Type I Diabetes.
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The clinical Report is a result of continuous research on Diabetes and Thalassemia. It covers all facts and figures, and a overview of the Clinical Centers Yearly accomplishements, along with acccurate cost of treatments.
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Facts in numbers
Thalassemics
713
Thalassemics
registered at the Center until 2013
SUPPORT THE CAUSE
ONE CAUSE , ONE MISSION

Providing better care for Diabetic and Thalassemic children and developing research until a cure is found remain at the core of the Chronic Care Center's mission.

The Center constantly works towards developing its medical and social services, in favor of scientific and technical progress.

The aim is to optimize the quality of services, in order to become not only a center of reference, but also a center of excellence.

The challenge remains to find new resources to cover additional expenses due an increasing number of patients, particularly Type I Diabetics, and to the new treatments and medications introduced by the Center.

Despite tremendous efforts deployed in self-financing, in order to reduce the gap between revenues and operational expenditures, the Center still depends on the generosity of its supporters and friends to sustain the high level of patient care and research.

We are calling upon your help to carry on the mission…



CHRONIC CARE CENTER OPERATING BUDGET

The Center is constantly struggling to maintain high quality standards, serve an increasing number of patients with a limited budget that exceeds yearly 3 Million US dollars.


In 2011, the Center depended on the above sources of revenues and in majority on private donations