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Odisha CM inaugurates Apollo Cancer Centre in Bhubaneswar

It is equipped with first and only cutting-edge Linear Accelerator technology and internationally acclaimed oncologists in all specialities
Naveen Patnaik.
Naveen Patnaik.
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Our Correspondent   |   Bhubaneswar   |   Published 04.04.22, 01:56 AM

Odisha chief minister Naveen Patnaik has inaugurated the Apollo Cancer Centre in the state capital Bhubaneswar.

The centre is equipped with Odisha’s first and only cutting-edge Linear Accelerator (HD-True Beam STx) technology and internationally acclaimed oncologists in all specialities, said a press release issued by the Apollo Hospitals.

Preetha Reddy, the executive vice-chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited, said: “Reaffirming our resolute commitment to provide best-in-class advanced cancer care, the Apollo Cancer Centre in Bhubaneswar led by a fine team of oncologists and equipped with cutting edge medical technologies, including Odisha’s first TrueBeam® radiotherapy system, will persevere to set new benchmarks in patient care in the region”.

Dinesh Madhavan, the president, Group Oncology and International, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited, said: “Apollo Cancer Centres have been judged as the best cancer centres in India due to our exemplary focus in the best of clinicians and technology to ensure expertise that is unparalleled.

“With the introduction of radiation therapy with capability of radiosurgery, we have ensured that Odisha gets the best of technology available in the world. With the best of clinicians focussed on cancer types and the most modern technology dedicated at the cancer centre, patients today have a better chance to win over cancer.”



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