Tunisia: 80 Percent of Deaths Recorded in Tunisia Are Due to Non-Communicable Diseases ( Moh)

Tunis/Tunisia — “80% of the deaths recorded in Tunisia each year are due to non-communicable diseases, mainly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and respiratory diseases,” underlined Rafla Tej Dallegi, Doctor in charge of non-communicable diseases at the Health Ministry.

During a workshop organised in Tunis by the Health Ministry on the development of a national multi-sector action plan to fight against non-communicable diseases, she said that it is possible to prevent between 15 and 20 thousand…

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