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the expenditure needs to be looked into, he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Gaza | Published: July 19 2017 12:35 pm Palestinian boy Mohammad Shanty (R) and his brother Mustafa who suffer from cystic fibrosis sit next to their mother after receiving oxygen therapy in Gaza City (Source: Reuters) Related News Ritta al-Jalees doesn’t care who’s to blame for the deteriorating state of healthcare in Gaza All she wants is to ensure her three sons get the help they need to breathe The boys aged nine months and six and seven years all of whom suffer from cystic fibrosis are getting weaker because Gaza is running out of the drugs needed to treat the inherited lung disease and because of cuts to power for oxygen pumps and ventilators “I blame all sides” said Jalees a mother of six as she held her youngest at Al-Rantissi Hospital for Children in Gaza City “Are these children at fault” Gaza has been under an Israeli blockade since 2007 after Hamas forces seized control of the territory following a brief civil war with security forces loyal to Mahmoud Abbas the Western-backed Palestinian president based in the West Bank Egypt at odds with Hamas also maintains a blockade Although the Israeli blockage has eased somewhat in recent years a new stage in the struggle between Abbas and the Islamist Hamas is turning the screws on the enclave afresh In what is seen as the latest step in an effort to force Hamas to relinquish its control of Gaza Abbas in June reduced the payments the PA makes to Israel for electricity it supplies to the territory The resulting cuts mean that Gaza’s two million people now have only 3 to 4 hours of power a day forcing hospitals and other medical facilities to rely chiefly on generators and expensive fuel while many private homes just go without Hamas says that Abbas restricted transfers of medicine to Gaza in March accusing Hamas of failing to reimburse the PA for its purchases and cut the salaries of its officials in May The spokesman for Gaza’s Hamas-run health ministry Ashraf Al-Qidra said PA shipments of medicine especially drugs to treat cancer and cystic fibrosis have dropped 35 percent since late March “We believe the actions of the Palestinian Authority and the Israeli occupation together are undermining the entire health service system in Gaza” Qidra told Reuters Palestinian boy Fares Al-Jalees who suffers from cystic fibrosis is held by his mother Ritta as he receives oxygen supplementation therapy inside their house in Gaza City (Source: Reuters) Hamas also accuses the PA of delaying the transfer of hundreds of seriously ill patients to Israel or the Israeli-occupied West Bank actions which it says has resulted in 13 deaths since April The PA denies the allegations and accuses Israel of holding back permits Israel denies the allegations Whoever is at fault a UN report released last week said power shortages are deepening a humanitarian crisis with hospitals in a precarious condition water shortages increasing and raw sewage being dumped into the Mediterranean because treatment plants aren’t functioning “The two million residents of Gaza are suffering through a humanitarian crisis that is entirely human-made” the report said “It represents a complete failure of all parties to uphold their fundamental human rights obligations including the inalienable right to life” POLITICALLY MOTIVATED Omar Al-Naser director of media and public relations at the West Bank-based ministry of health said Hamas’ complaints were politically motivated Hospitals in the West Bank were also suffering from drug shortages he said “Shortages in Gaza may happen just like there are shortages in the north counties (West Bank) because there are debts the health ministry is trying to pay” he added The Israeli government body that supervises civil activities in the Palestinian territories the Coordination and Liaison Administration (CLA) said any holdup in patient transfers from Gaza was an internal Palestinian affair “We would like to emphasise that in cases in which the Palestinian Authority sends requests especially those defined as urgent the Gaza CLA coordinates the crossing of patients immediately during every hour of the day in order to save lives” it said in a written response to Reuters Palestinian boy Mustafa Shanty (R) and his brother Mohammad who suffer from cystic fibrosis receive oxygen therapy during a power cut in their family house which is equipped with a backup battery-powered system in Gaza City (Source: Reuters) It said nearly 16000 patients and escorts have been allowed to leave for hospitals in Israel and the West Bank so far in 2017 including 6400 in the past three months It also said it reduced power supplies to Gaza on a request from the Palestinian Authority Cystic fibrosis causes the lungs and digestive system to become clogged with thick sticky mucus Over many years the lungs and pancreas may eventually stop functioning Gaza health officials say 320 people in the enclave have the disorder Although it can be managed for years with regular visits to hospital some sufferers in Gaza are now being admitted to hospital because of their worsening condition and because drugs there are cheaper and in some cases free Police officer Ashraf Shanty and his wife Jihan who have two children with cystic fibrosis started a charity in 2008 to help patients get medication and medical checks Dozens of bags of medicines sit on a table next to breathing equipment in a room that Jihan Shanty a medical laboratory technician has turned into a mini-clinic in their home One of the medicines in short supply is Creon Made by the US drugmaker AbbVie it is used to treat a common condition in cystic fibrosis in which the sticky mucus prevents enzymes getting from the pancreas to the small intestine where they would normally help break down food “I have two sons suffering from the disease but I see myself as the father of 320 cystic fibrosis patients whom I must help” Ashraf Shanty said “Without Creon the enzyme of life they may die” he said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Gurgaon | Published: June 8 2010 1:29 am Related News Ryyan contracted meningitis when he was barely two months old While doctors in his home countryPakistansuccessfully managed to fight the diseaseit left Ryyan permanently deaf as it affected his cochlea (auditory portion of the inner ear) After several unsuccessful attempts by doctors for almost three years Ryyans fatherAsim Ryazan MNC employeefound hope in Gurgaons Paras Hospital Ryaz contacted the doctors in February this year and came to India his wifedaughter and Ryyan in May The rare surgery for cochlear implantation was performed on Ryyan on May 27 According to Ryyans familysensory neural hearing loss post-meningitis had not only resulted in their son going deafbut it also left him with no speech At the Paras Hospitalthe doctors treated the child as a case of congenital deafness Senior ENT consultant at Paras Hospital Dr Amitabh Malik said: The treatment includes three basic steps Firstwe implant the cochlear device and when the patient recovers from the surgerywe switch the device on After this we provide them therapy to convert sign language to real language The therapy is provided because the patient has never heard any voice before and this would be the first time he would be hearing anything?