Bhaktivedanta Hospital and Research Institute, under the aegis of Sri Chaitanya Seva Trust, is committed to give hope and courage to counter the alarming threat of cancer and provide complete comprehensive solution. Cancer care has become one of the fastest growing health care imperatives in our country. Understanding the criticality of the increasing demand to provide comprehensive treatment, the Hospital has redefined, rebooted its commitment with focus to strengthen the fight against cancer, nip it in the bud and rise above it. We inject hope, reassure people and provide the best treatment possible to all those who look up to us for sharing our care. We cater to people from various parts of the country, and our annual average is 400 cancer-sub-speciality surgeries and chemotherapy.
The overwhelming effect and impact of cancer is worst on people in low and middle income groups and countries. The implication of this dark fact is huge on human suffering, health systems, health budgets. It directly impacts the drive to reduce poverty”. Prevention, early detection and treatment are the three pillars to the foundation to combat cancer, and rising above it. The fourth pillar is palliative care for patients who struggle at the point of no return. The Joint Programme on Cancer Control, driven by WHO and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) aims at strengthening and accelerating efforts to fight cancer in the developing world. WHO and other key international cancer organizations have undertaken increasingly productive collaboration, working together to tackle the crisis on a broad, multidisciplinary front. Bhaktivedanta Hospital and Research Institute is committed to its contribution to reduce the burden of this disease on the society, which accounts for nearly 13% of deaths globally.