On February 12, the hospital is providing neck and neck surgery by volunteers in Ethiopia and abroad.

Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.
Addis Ababa, November 1, 2012 (FBC) On February 12, Hospital Medical College is offering a round-the-clock surgeon service in Ethiopia.

On February 12, the Hospital Medical College will see patients being forced to stay longer because of the high incidence of surgeries and associated medical and physician imbalances.

To alleviate this problem, in recent years overseas and indigenous medical practitioners have come to our country and have been making significant contributions to the treatment and complaints of the high-risk patients who come to our country.

As a result, a 15-day, up-to-date neck surgery is being offered as part of a campaign to reduce the number of patients who have been waiting a long time for surgery at the hospital.

The information from the hospital indicates that up to 300 patients are expected to receive surgery during the campaign.

Not only does the hospital reduce the number of oncology patients and increase customer satisfaction, it also facilitates the transfer of expertise and expertise in treating complex illnesses that cannot be cured by medical professionals.

It is also known that the charity delegates donate valuable surgical materials, as they have done over the years.

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