Assam to obtain cancer care grid with Tata push

Compiled by Samudra Gupta Kashyap Guwahati Printed:October 13, 2017 3:22 am

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An investment is suggested to become shared between your condition government and Tata Trusts.

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Assam government will quickly generate a three-level cancer care grid within the condition along with a cancer research center for that South Asian region using the support of Tata Trusts, condition health minister Himanta Biswa Sarma stated Thursday.

Sarma, who met Tata Trusts chairman Ratan Tata along with other people from the organisation in Mumbai Wednesday, stated the condition government and Tata Trusts were focusing on this “first-of-the-kind” three-level cancer care grid which may draw a good investment of approximately Rs 1,400 crore. An investment is suggested to become shared between your condition government and Tata Trusts.

“I am very happy to have met the legendary Ratan Tata and people from the Tata Trusts for which can become an uncommon philanthropy-government collaboration on cancer care and management,” Sarma stated inside a message sent on social networking.

He stated once in position, L1 or perhaps a condition-level cancer care institute in Guwahati might have advanced tertiary care facilities, L2 or medical colleges within the condition might have facilities for chemotherapy, radiation and surgical oncology, and L3 or district hospitals might have day-care, chemotherapy and radiation facilities.

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