Occupied East Jerusalem cancer hospital faces financial crisis

Running out of money and medicine, Palestinian cancer patients suffer after severe cuts by Israel and United States.

    A cancer hospital in occupied East Jerusalem is running out of funds and medication.

    The Palestinian government is urgently trying to save the facility, but the administration is facing a severe financial crisis after deep cuts in aid from Israel and the United States.

    Al Jazeera's Nida Ibrahim reports from the occupied West Bank.


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