Wednesday, December 19

Banaras will have 100 Types of Cancer Treatment, PM Modi will Inaugurate Bhabha Hospital

The people of Uttar Pradesh and the surrounding states had to visit Mumbai for the treatment of a dangerous disease like cancer, but now the Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s parliamentary constituency Varanasi will get its own cancer institute named Tata Memorial Center. Bhabha Hospital will be open soon by PM.

Bhabha Hospital for Cancer Treatment

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Bhabha Hospital for Cancer Treatment in Varanasi-

People associated with the hospital claim that this Cancer Institute will prove to be boon for Northeast India. According to sources, Modi can soon open the institute. In addition to Uttar Pradesh, cancer patients from Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Jharkhand can now easily treat themselves at the institute located in Banaras, instead of going to Mumbai.

Bhabha Hospital Inauguration Date and Two Cancer Institutes will be Run

Two cancer institutes will be run by the Tata Memorial Trust in Banaras. In the first phase, the 140-acre of three-storey Bhabha cancer hospital has been completed in Lehartara area. With the addition of state-of-the-art machines, employees have been deployed. Land worship was done on Thursday at the OPD Center on ground floor.

According to the hospital sources, now they are only waiting for the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He can open this hospital in the first week of May.

Bhabha Hospital for Cancer Treatment

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How this Cancer Hospital in Varanasi will be Differ from Private Hospitals ?

According to the doctor sources (cancer specialist in varanasi), ‘The Cancer Institute, which is going to open in Banaras, will focus on better treatment at a lower cost. Compared to private hospitals in big cities, the cost of treatment here will be lesser. For its operation, the Atomic Energy Department will give 100 million rupees to Tata Trust.

The OPD is only after entering the Cancer Institute on the Lehartara main road in Banaras.

BHU Cancer Hospital-

It is worth noting that apart from this, the exercise of the construction of the 350-bed Mahamna Cancer Institute in the BHU campus has already begun. It is likely to cost about 500 crores. This institution is planned to be started by 2019. It will also operate Tata Trust.

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