• 5 diagnostic camps held: Budhni (610 patients seen, 37 advised to come to Indore for further investigations/treatment), Nasrullahganj (251 patients seen, 23 advised to come to Indore for further investigation/treatment), Guna (601 patients seen, 53 advised to come to Indore for further investigations/treatment), Vidisha (30 patients seen, 11 advised to come to Indore for further investigation/treatment), again in Guna (320 patients seen, 30 advised to undergo further investigation/treatment)
  • Training programmes on early detection of cancer were conducted for doctors and paramedical staff in Guna (68 doctors participated), Vidisha (70 doctors participated).
  • Awareness programmes held in: Guna (attended by general practioners, elected representatives of panchayats, members of the local chapter of Indian Medical Association, members of the press and members of the GAIL Officers’ Club) Chhindwara (attended by the local chapter of Indian Medical Association), Dewas (attended by ANMs), Indore (supervisors of the Women & Child Welfare Department, Madhya Pradesh Government, members of women’s clubs, students at the Barli Development Institute for Rural Women).
  • Diagnostic & surgery camp in Chhindwara, 350 patients examined and 27 minor and major surgeries performed.
  • The Rotary Club of Indore North (RI-Dist-3040) & Rotary Club of Seoul Poukak (Korea) (RI-Dist-3650) donated an ambulance cum patient carrier under the Matching Grant Program of the Rotary Foundation Year – 2006.
  • The Breast Cancer Support Group held its 6 meetings of the year. A positive trend observed in 2006 was the increase in the average number of participants at each meeting. The work of the group is now managed by 2 new coordinators: Mrs. Sunita Gupte, a counselor and daughter-in-law of a support group member; and Mrs. Renuka Tare, a lecturer who has received treatment for breast cancer.
  • Received recognition from the state government of Madhya Pradesh under its Rajya Bimari Sahayata Nidhi. We can now offer cancer treatment to state government employees and their families. The state government will also reimburse us for treating BPL (Below the Poverty Line) cancer patients.

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  • Third indigenous linear accelerator inaugurated
  • Screening camp in Hoshangabad
  • Special drive against cancer in Indore district

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In the News

  • Third indigenous linear accelerator inaugurated
  • Screening camp in Hoshangabad
  • Special drive against cancer in Indore district

Testimonials