Dr. Saad Saad has worked with the Palestinian Children’s Relief Fund since 2008. He first went into the Middle Eastern country which is currently part of the nation of Israel to help children who did not have access to Medical Care. The Pediatric Surgeon helped people who did not have access to medical care.
More specifically, he helped children who did not have access to medical care. His organization helped fund the trips and often paid for the surgeries. Like the patients of Shriner’s Hospitals in the United States, his patients never received a bill for his services. Read more: When a Child Swallows a Foreign Object – Advice by Dr. Saad Saad and Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon
Being a Christian Missionary in a country that has anti-missionary laws can be difficult, by Dr. Saad was not there to evangelize. He was there to bring compassionate care to people living in a troubled region. Despite the turmoil the region has known for, the doctor continues to make repeated trips to make sure that people in desperate need of medical care receive the help they deserve.
Dr. Saad Saad’s commitment to helping children goes farther than just going to Palestine. Ongoing conflict and civil strife may seem like an annoyance regularly covered on the news to people living in peaceful areas, but these conflicts cause life-threatening and life-altering injuries to children in the area.
Saad will bring severely injured children to the United States. Bringing these children to the United States or to first world areas allows them to access better treatments. It also allows the Doctor to perform more complicated surgeries in a safer environment.
The Doctor does not pretend to be a Saint, but he knows that he has the skills necessary to help relieve human suffering. In a recent interview he explained the nature of concussions, and how they can cause complications if not properly treated. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://chronicleweek.com/2018/04/dr-saad-saad-medical-missions/
Even if they are carefully treated, conditions that cause repeated concussions can cause other health complications. Football players who suffer from anger problems long after the end of their career are the most prominent example of people who suffer from traumatic brain injuries.
Football players do this after the end of a long career, children have no choice. The Palestine Children’s Relief Fund works to save children from this and other avoidable fates.