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George Englezos Award

The George Englezos Award is given to an individual with an outstanding evidence-based international scientific clinical, medical or research contribution to the cause of Thalassaemia.

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Mrs Mouna Haraoui

Mrs Haraoui, former first Lady of Lebanon, is the founder and president of the Board of Trustees of the Chronic Care Center in Lebanon, the only specialized institution for the treatment and follow-up of childhood diseases namely Thalassemia and Insulin Dependent Diabetes. She has presided many other social foundations in ...

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Mr Ramli Mohd Yunus

Mr Yunus is married with two children and has studied Mass Communication and Administrative Management at various Universities in Malaysia. His involvement with thalassaemia begins with his wife’s condition, being a patient with thalassaemia intermedia. He currently manages a rubber plantation and owns a chain of Indian food restaurants in ...

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Dr Christina Stephanidou

Dr Christina Stephanidou has participated in the organization of many conferences about thalassaemia for the education of doctors, patients and parents, and of events for the promotion of blood donation. Reaching patients and parents all over the world, supporting them and uniting them in the fight against thalassaemia. The best ...

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Mr Ivan Dimitrov Ivanov

Ivan Dimitrov Ivanov has been a TIF Board Member since 2014. He is an engineer in Industrial management, and has a Master of Financial and Business management from the Technical University-Sofia as well as a Ph D in Health management, from the Medical University –Plovdiv, Bulgaria. He is currently a ...

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Dr Duru Malyali

Dr Duru Malyali, a surgeon by profession, is a founding member of the Thalassemia Patient & Parent Association (TADAD) in Istanbul – the first association founded by parents of thalassaemia patients in Turkey. As President of TADAD he has succeeded in spreading awareness and knowledge about thalassaemia in the community ...

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