BENGALURU: With an aim to revolutionize cancer treatment by providing personalized care, the Cytecare network inaugurated its first 150 bed flagship facility in Yelahanka, Bengaluru on November 24. It was inaugurated by Vajubhai Vala, the governor of Karnataka.Dr Ferzaan Engineer, Co-founder and Chairman of Cytecare, said: "Cancer treatment is evolving every day and newer techniques and treatment protocols are being developed to increase the probability of positive outcomes. Medical research has revealed that no two cancer patients are the same and hence each person needs a customized treatment plan.
Cytecare has brought together a team of organ-site specialist doctors and medical professionals along with the best technical equipment available globally to ensure that every patient is treated in the right way," he said.Suresh Ramu, Co-founder and CEO of Cytecare added, "Treatment of cancer depends on several factors, including patient profile, family medical history, responsiveness to various treatments and the clinical support to overcome a challenging disease. The hospital will work to the highest standards of quality, governance and clinical excellence supervised by a multidisciplinary Tumour Board. The hospital will empower patients with information and counselling and will also have a strong focus on services such as nursing, pain and palliation, physiotherapy and nutrition.
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