لا شيء يتقرر لنا بدون مشاركتنا:تجربة هيلينا المُعاشة في المملكة المتحدة

لا شيء يتقرر لنا بدون مشاركتنا:تجربة هيلينا المُعاشة في المملكة المتحدة

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “لا شيء يتقرر لنا بدون مشاركتنا:تجربة هيلينا المُعاشة في المملكة المتحدة” – below is their description.

شُخِّصت إصابة هيلينا

بمرض التهابي ذاتي في عام 1997.

واضطرت إلى التوقف عن العمل في عام 2007

بسبب إصابتها بإعاقات متعددة وتفاقُمها.

وفي عام 2009، شُخِّصت إصابتها بالسرطان.

هذه قصتها

لمزيد من المعلومات، انظر الرابط التالي:

https://bit.ly/wholivedexperiencefilms

(English tag for this WHO’s series of testimonies on NCDs)

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