KSA's HHP programme beneficiaries top 20,000
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, October 15 - 2012 at 01:32
The Saudi health ministry has said the total number of patients on the kingdom's Home Healthcare Programme (HHP) has surpassed 20,000 since its introduction in April 2010, Arab News has reported. Of the total, 25% suffer from chronic ailments such as diabetes, cardiac and renal diseases, while 23% suffer from paralytic stroke and neural diseases. Some 18% of the patients are affected with psychiatric diseases, while another 8% suffer from various age-related diseases such as Alzheimer's, and only 2% suffer from malignant diseases, the ministry said.
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