Sumaira

sumairaIn 1994, Sumaira Yousaf was admitted to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre (SKMCH&RC) as its first regular registered patient. Before coming to SKMCH&RC, Sumaira was suffering from severe pains and underwent surgery at a local hospital but six months later, her problem recurred. Cancer was diagnosed. Sumaira was then brought to us. Here she received the best treatment with all expenses paid through the hospital’s Zakat funds. Sumaira miraculously was cured of cancer.

 

Today, Sumaira leads a normal, healthy and productive life. She is working at SKMCH&RC and is a living example that cancer is curable. Sumaira’s victory over all odds is a tribute to the Hospital’s commitment and expertise as well as a source of inspiration for all of us.

Online Donation Box

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Donate Now

Many young innocent lives are being saved at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre. Last year, your Zakat made it possible to treat almost 75% of our patients for free. This year we need 8.5 billion rupees to help those who cannot afford to pay for their own treatment. While the revenue from […]


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Speciality Clinics at Shaukat Khanum Diagnostic Centre Liberty, Lahore


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Stop Using Tobacco

Smoking increases the risk of at least 20 different types or sub-types of cancer. Nearly 40% of cancers in adult males seen at Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital and Research Centre can be linked to the use of tobacco. Today, tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of cancer. Don’t let tobacco destroy your […]


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Shaukat Khanum Zakat Appeal


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