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सोमवार, अगस्त 28, 2017

Cancer hospital will open in seven cities, including Jamshedpur-Ranchi

Now you will not need to go out to get cancer treatment. Tata Sons will open a 62-bed cancer hospital in Jamshedpur, Palamu, Dumka, Hazaribagh, Bokaro and Chaibasa in the seven cities of the state, including the cancer care center (hospital) and Jamshedpur in 153 beds in Ranchi. These hospitals will be on cancer at the medical colleges as oncology. Now patients of the serious nature of cancer will be treated here.  Medical colleges will also have cancer studies which will lead to the cancer doctors from the state. A blue print has been prepared to open a cancer hospital in the state. To open the Apex Center in Ranchi, 1.5 acres of land is required to open 23.5 acres of cancer and close to medical colleges. Uday Pratap of Revenue, Registration and Land Reforms Department has written a letter to the Deputy Commissioners of nine districts to make available land for the Cancer Unit.


The meeting of the Tata Sons officials in Ranchi was held on June 28 with the government. In this meeting, the government had asked the Tata Trust to open a cancer hospital for the treatment of state cancer patients. Later on, Laxman Sethuraman, Head of Project Management Group, Tata Trust, wrote a letter to Sudhir Tripathi, Additional Chief Secretary of Health and Family Welfare Department on August 20, opening a big hospital in Ranchi and opening a cancer unit near medical colleges. The opening of this hospital will greatly ease the cancer patients of the state. Their only treatment will be possible.

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