A new state-of-the-art cancer facility with a 300-bed capacity is set to be built in Tirupati with a budget of INR 300-crore. The facility, which will be run by the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD), will provide comprehensive cancer care and is designed to meet modern-day requirements.
On World Cancer Day, Joint Executive Officer S. Bhargavi, along with Collectors K. Venkataramana Reddy and M. Hari Narayanan, Vice-Chancellors B. Vengamma and R. Sadasiva Murthy, flagged off a rally to raise awareness about the project. Ms. Vengamma highlighted the ‘Pink Bus’ initiative, which has provided diagnostic services to rural women in several districts, including Tirupati, Chittoor, Nellore, Kadapa, and Annamayya.
Collector K. Venkataramana Reddy also launched a palliative care wing at SVIMS, which is the first of three comprehensive cancer care units to be launched across the state by the government. He emphasized the importance of providing comfort to patients with terminal cancer and offered a bus to promote cancer awareness in the Rayalaseema region.
The rally was attended by MBBS, nursing, and physiotherapy students from the SVIMS campus and was led by BIO Special Officer M. Jayachandra Reddy and District Medical and Health Officer U. Sreehari.
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