Cancer research hospital to be set up in Arunachal

Arunachal Pradesh
Itanagar, July 30: The two-day Clinical Research Summit 2013, which concluded in New Delhi yesterday, decided to set up a 150-bed Cancer Research Hospital in Arunachal Pradesh and 450-bed ultra modern hospitals in the districts of the state.

The valedictory session of the summit concluded with signing of memorandum of understandings (MoUs) between Indira Gandhi Technological and Medical Sciences University (IGTMSU), Arunachal Pradesh and leading hospitals of India, official sources informed.

State Parliamentary Secretary for Land Management, Urban Development, Town and Country Planning Padi Richo welcomed the efforts of medical and health entrepreneurs from different states to come to Arunachal for creating much-needed medical facilities in the state in association with the IGTMSU.

He encouraged the aspirations of the Chief Minister Nabam Tuki and the people of the state to create world class health facilities by establishing the first drugless therapy and medical care centre by introducing polypathic treatments, sources added.


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