COVID-19: Kerala Govt to Set Up Cancer Hospital In Tamilnadu

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Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram has set up a life-threatening office at an emergency clinic in Kanyakumari area.

He announced to the Kerala government on Friday that he has set a deadly therapeutic focus on the Kanyakumari location in Tamil Nadu. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram had set up a malignant growth treatment office at a medical clinic in Kanyakumari.t After:

a range of men and women yet patients beyond the city concerning Kanyakumari yet nearby by nearby states of Tamil Nadu be counted about Ring for life-threatening treatment. For their benefit, the RCC has set up a fatal treatment focus in the Kanyakumari region with the help of the Tamil Nadu government. More than 500 persons. Vijayan is the older brother Rs.

Kerala Health Minister KK Selja said that due to the lockdown and the consequences of the disease, many ordinary untreated development patients could not cross the state border.

The southern state of Kerala already has declared its decision to facilitate and provide the best quality treatment to [cancer patients]. After formal consultations between the useful branches of the two states. Sailaja said.

Initially, the body of RCC will take the necessary steps for this and would benefit their patients of the Tamil Nadu province. The Kanyakumari clinic specializes in assessing the status of each patient by teleconferencing.

Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram is one of the significant invasive research and treatment institutions in the state. The medical clinic usually has large numbers of patients from all over the state.

After forcing the lockdown restrictions, the state government opened a life-threatening treatment facility on the field. There are 22 such offices in the state.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram has set up a life-threatening office at an emergency clinic in Kanyakumari area.

He announced to the Kerala government on Friday that he has set a deadly therapeutic focus on the Kanyakumari location in Tamil Nadu. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram had set up a malignant growth treatment office at a medical clinic in Kanyakumari After a range of men and women yet patients beyond the city concerning Kanyakumari yet nearby by nearby states of Tamil Nadu be counted about Ring for life-threatening treatment. For their benefit, the RCC has set up a fatal treatment focus in the Kanyakumari region with the help of the Tamil Nadu government. More than 500 persons. Vijayan is the older brother Rs.

Kerala Health Minister KK Selja said that due to the lockdown and the consequences of the disease, many ordinary untreated development patients could not cross the state border.

The southern state of Kerala already has declared its decision to facilitate and provide the best quality treatment to [cancer patients]. After formal consultations between the useful branches of the two states. Sailaja said.

Initially, the body of RCC will take the necessary steps for this and would benefit their patients of the Tamil Nadu province. The Kanyakumari clinic specializes in assessing the status of each patient by teleconferencing.

Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram is one of the significant invasive research and treatment institutions in the state. The medical clinic usually has large numbers of patients from all over the state.

After forcing the lockdown restrictions, the state government opened a life-threatening treatment facility on the field. There are 22 such offices in the state.

The Government of Kerala has previously instituted 22 malignant growth therapies at 14 locations in the state along with the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram. Vijayan addressed to the media that, it focused on cancer growth and harmful patients to proceed with their subsequent treatment during their COVID-19 period, including chemotherapy at their closest infection treatment.

The Government of Kerala has previously instituted 22 malignant growth therapies at 14 locations in the state along with the Regional Cancer Center (RCC) in Thiruvananthapuram. Vijayan addressed to the media that, it focused on cancer growth and harmful patients to proceed with their subsequent treatment during their COVID-19 period, including chemotherapy at their closest infection treatment.