The global event began inside the corridors of the hospital, where the hospital received a car equipped with the mummy of the young man inside a wooden box specially equipped for this purpose, and to preserve the mummy coming from the ancient Valley of the Kings, and the mummy was transferred inside the CT scan room in the hospital, which contains the latest equipment in Egypt. And around the world, the young Pharaonic youth traveled to the same journey that cancer children experience during their free treatment in the hospital and a CT scan for them.
For his part, Dr. Zahi Hawass, the world archaeologist, said that he brought the mummy of a young man from the tomb of King Amenhotep II No. 35 in the Valley of the Kings to have a CT scan done on one of the latest CT scanners in Egypt and the world, inside Shifa Al-Orman Hospital, which holds a special place for it. He is big in his heart, and from the beginning he participated in its propaganda, and he sees that it is a hospital of the highest level, as for the first time the people of Upper Egypt have found an international hospital that treats cancer for adults and children completely free of charge.
During the CT scan and the extraction of DNA samples from the mummy of the young Pharaonic youth, Dr. Zahi Hawass thanked all the hospital leaders, led by Dr. Hani Hussein, Director General of Shefaa Al-Orman Hospitals in Luxor, who was at the reception of the Egyptian and foreign delegations and the mummy upon its arrival at the hospital. To emphasize the medical and national role that the hospital plays in serving the ancient Egyptian civilization and the global pharaonic discoveries in Luxor, in addition to its main role in treating children with cancer in Luxor and Upper Egypt.
Zahi Hawass and the hospital team with the mummy
Zahi Hawass takes the mummy of a young man from a tomb in the Valley of the Kings
The mummy of the young man during the examination in Luxor