The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) describes itself as Europe’s leading non-profit medical oncology organization, a membership-based society of 800 expert committee members and more than 23,000 oncology professionals worldwide.
The oncology examination, which our Lebanese doctor undertook, is considered part of the recognition of related competence in various European countries. He participated along with 400+ oncologists from across the world, and he got accredited by the European Cancer Committee for five years.
Earlier in March 2019, and when the entire world was shaken by the devastating terrorist attack that killed 50 people in a mass shooting in New Zealand, Lebanese Doctor Adib Khanafer made headlines worldwide for saving the life of a four-year-old child.
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