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  • MERS
    MERS (10/29/2015)

    The American Consul in Dhahran, Mike Hankey, provided information about talks between Obama's Science Advisor, Professor Peter Hotez, and King Saud University in Riyadh. They are working to create vaccines in the Kingdom to counter several diseases, including Schistosoma and MERS.   Al-Riyadh »

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    The U.S. Consul General in Dhahran: Research Efforts Will Take Place with King Saudi University for Developing Vaccines (10/29/2015)

    U.S. Consul General in Dhahran Mike Hankey gave information as key note speaker at the Medical Diwaniya hosted by prominent businessman and philanthropist Abdulaziz Al-Turki in Al-Khobar. His topic was "Public and Private Partnerships in the Healthcare Sector."  

  • CG Mike Hankey's Economic Interview on Saudi TV
    CG Mike Hankey's Economic Interview on Saudi TV

    On October 22 the Saudi TV Channel Al Iqtisadiah broadcast a recorded interview with Consul General Mike Hankey on Saudi-U.S. economic relations. CG Hankey told Al Iqtisadiah that the United States will continue to be a strong partner for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in implementing its economic vision for a diversified and knowledge based economy.  

  • The U.S. CG in Dhahran, Mike Hankey, values the visit of King Salman
    Breast Cancer Awareness Campaigns to Limit Spread of the Disease (10/15/15)

    The U.S. CG in Dhahran, Mike Hankey, values the visit of King Salman to the U.S. and his meeting with the U.S. President Obama that addressed the future of relations between the two countries, especially in the health field. He pointed out there is cooperation between the U.S. companies and Saudi Aramco in specialized areas through health information management and exports. Hankey praised the Cancer Association in the eastern region and its role in fighting against the disease and reducing its spread through sustainable awareness campaigns.  Arabic »

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    Hankey: American Universities Are Encouraged to Cooperate with Their Saudi Counterparts on Cancer Detection (10/15/15)

    The U.S. CG in Dhahran, Mike Hankey, emphasized that the consulate is encouraging American universities to cooperate with the universities in the Kingdom in various fields including the health field with respect to cancer detection. This came in a reception at the headquarters of the U.S. Consulate in Dhahran in commemoration of the joint cooperation between the consulate and the Saudi Cancer Foundation in the EP.  Arabic »

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