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Aim to provide health facilities to cancer victims in the state itself: Jharkhand CM Hemant Soren


Ranchi, May 12: The Chief Minister of Jharkhand, Hemant Soren, announced the inauguration of the Ranchi Cancer Hospital and Research Center, established by Tata Trusts, as a historic day for the state. He noted that while many efforts have been made to improve the health sector in Jharkhand over the years, cancer treatment facilities were previously inadequate. The new cancer hospital aims to provide better medical facilities to cancer patients in Jharkhand, and to reduce the need for patients to travel to other cities or states for treatment.

The Chief Minister expressed his gratitude to Tata Trusts and the state government for their collective efforts to establish the cancer hospital, and for their ongoing commitment to making it an ideal cancer care institute in the country. He also acknowledged the challenges faced in setting up a cancer hospital in the state, and commended the hard work of departmental officials and stakeholders who have worked tirelessly to bring the project to fruition.

The Ranchi Cancer Hospital and Research Center is expected to provide state-of-the-art facilities and services to cancer patients, and to contribute significantly to the healthcare infrastructure of the state. The Chief Minister expressed hope that the hospital would prove to be a milestone in the state’s efforts to improve healthcare services, and assured the people of Jharkhand that the state government would continue to work towards providing better medical facilities to all its citizens. (w-nm)

Historic day for health sector – Banna

Ranchi, May 12: The State Health Minister of Jharkhand, Banna Gupta, also spoke at the inauguration of the Ranchi Cancer Hospital and Research Center, and described it as a historic day for the health sector in the state. He praised the efforts of Chief Minister Hemant Soren in bringing about positive changes and improvements in the state’s healthcare facilities.

The Health Minister expressed confidence that the Tata Trusts and the state government would work together to provide better treatment to cancer patients and create greater awareness about the disease among the people. He also noted that the state government had taken several initiatives to improve public health, including a ban on smoking and tobacco use, which had been recognized by the World Health Organization.

The Health Minister reaffirmed the state government’s commitment to providing better health facilities to all its citizens, and reiterated the government’s efforts to reach out to the last person in the state. The establishment of the Ranchi Cancer Hospital and Research Center is expected to play a significant role in this endeavor, by providing state-of-the-art treatment and facilities to cancer patients in the state.

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