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Bangalore Cancer Center, (BCC) which has born out of social consciousness of 50 likeminded people, including the professional doctors specializing in the field of treating Cancer and allied diseases taking equal stakes in BCC, at an investment of Rs. 10 Crore. The stakeholders vow to sweat out at BCC for furtherance the cause for fight against cancer. Cancer care at BCC covers Hospital facility for advanced Cancer treatment – aided by technology, equipment, care and counseling.
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Bangalore Cancer Center (BCC) is the home of integrative and compassionate cancer care. We never stop searching for and providing powerful and innovative therapies to heal the whole person improve quality of life and restore hope
To accelerate the transformation of cancer care by promoting the discovery of knowledge leading to the prevention and cure of human cancers.
Bangalore Cancer Centre stated Vision is to promote the prevention and cure of cancer patients and provide rehabilitation and palliative care to them. A special emphasis will be given to children suffering from cancer. BCC is a quality cancer-care facility that caters especially and exclusively, to the poor of the region. The first phase of the project has space for 30 patients, with a provision for extending capacity to a further 100 patients (figures do not include outpatients).
About 50 per cent of the beds are earmarked for the treatment of the various Government schemes. The remaining 50 per cent of patients will be in the subsidized or paying categories, and the money accrued will be utilized to support the institution. The rest of the centre’s expenses will be covered by charitable donations.
BCC aims to be an organization that excels in services, education and research in the field of cancer. More than 3 million Indians suffer from cancer, but facilities to treat those living with the disease are few and far between in this country.