Provide Post-Cancer Treatment Support to 40 Children

The campaign will bridge the gap in healthcare coverage for 40 children post-cancer treatment.

Provide Post-Cancer Treatment Support to 40 Children

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The campaign aims to provide post-cancer treatment support program for 40 children with cancer at the Children’s Cancer Center of Lebanon (CCCL).


Lebanon has been grappling with economic instability, political turmoil, and social challenges for several years. The collapse of the economy, currency devaluation, and lack of basic services have severely impacted the healthcare sector, making access to quality medical care increasingly difficult for many Lebanese families, childhood cancer patients, and survivors. Additionally, the ongoing refugee crisis and security concerns further exacerbate the challenges faced by vulnerable populations, including children with cancer and their families after finishing their treatments.

Until now, the center has supported the treatment of around 5,000 children since year 2002. CCCL covers the full costs of standard treatment protocols and surgeries, in addition to medical consultations and medications offered to kids from all over Lebanon and the region, whether subsidized or not (noting that the majority is now unsubsidized), without any kind of discrimination.


Recognizing the financial burden faced by families of children who have completed cancer treatment to provide for 3 years of treatment medical tests and examinations, CCCL is designing this restricted fund to support this program in offering financial assistance to cover the costs associated with all post-cancer disease follow-ups such as medical tests, scans, and consultations. This will help alleviate the financial strain on families and ensure access to necessary healthcare services without additional financial hardship.

The proposed support program will bridge the gap in healthcare coverage for children post-cancer treatment by providing essential medical tests and consultations that may not be fully covered by existing healthcare schemes. By offering comprehensive medical support, the program aims to ensure continuity of care and early detection of any potential health issues, thereby improving the long-term health outcomes of children who have completed cancer treatment. 

The proposed support program will include regular medical assessments and tests to monitor the health status of children post-cancer treatment. This will involve for example but not similarly distributed to all patients who finished their treatments, as cases will differ and may be subject to treatments, diagnoses, and types of cancer. Also, below are the main support programs but not limited to the interventions stated in this proposal:

  • Monthly Complete Blood Count (CBC) tests along with Creatinine (Cr) levels for the first year to monitor for any signs of relapse or treatment-related complications.
  • Regular MRI and CT scans with IV contrast to detect any recurrence or metastasis.
  • MRI of the brain and total spine without anesthesia or with anesthesia to assess the central nervous system.
  • CT scan of the abdomen, pelvis, chest, and neck with contrast once every three months to evaluate for any signs of residual disease or secondary malignancies.
  • Bone Marrow Aspiration (BMA) and Lumbar Puncture (LP) if CBC shows translocation and/or molecular.
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