Medical Assistance

The medical assistance of Krebsallianz

Our programs reach public hospitals, clinics and non-government organisations in Latin America, Africa and Asia where we have helped provide millions of euros worth of oncology and haematology medicines to patients in places like Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Ghana, Mali, Tanzania and the Philippines.
In many developing regions of the world, required pharmaceuticals and medical equipment are not available to help treat individuals with cancer and other serious chronic diseases. As a result, many thousands of needy patients are left without the slightest chance of treatment and recovery. Unless we help, they are left without hope. Krebsallianz is working to bring back the crucial hope necessary to a cancer patient's outcome.

Krebsallianz is pleased to partner with German, European, and American pharmaceutical and medical goods manufacturers to secure and place donated chemotherapies, adjunctive therapies, specialty medicines, and medical supplies to our public partner hospitals overseas in the developing world. Krebsallianz conducts field visits to the hospitals we support to witness first-hand the effects of our donation and to monitor the donation. Krebsallianz establishes relationships with these public cancer hospitals and seeks to determine their needs of pharmaceuticals and medical goods. We work with overseas governments and health officials, as well as with our German government representatives.

We are pleased to have the support of the German Embassy in Honduras. Ambassador Paul Albert Resch has participated in official hand-over ceremonies of pediatric cancer medicines to Hospital Escuela - the largest children's cancer institute located in the capital city of Tegucigalpa.

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Orden de Malta Guatemala Krebsallianz's Partner

Orden de Malta Guatemala Krebsallianz's Partner

The mission to help the sick and the needy. Following its historic mission to help the sick, the needy and the most disadvantaged in society, the Order of Malta continues its work today, operating in more than 120 countries. Its programmes include medical and social assistance.