Nayati Healthcare unveils its vision for Cancer free India – ‘Hope for Cancer’

15 cancer survivors from different part of the country came together to support the initiative. Close to 1200 attended the event

More than 10 cancer survivors from different part of the country came together_Mathura, February 4, 2016: Nayati Healthcare today unveiled its vision for Cancer free India – ‘Hope for Cancer’. The objective of this unique initiative is to create awareness and engage with the community to educate them on early detection and prevention of cancer. Close cancer survivors from different part of the country who have been healed by Nayati team of healers came together to share their heroic stories of survival and to support ‘Hope for Cancer’ initiative

The unique interactive session between care givers and cancer survivors marked this momentous occasion to create new hope and awareness. The event was attended by more than 1000 people of Mathura and adjoining areas.

Niira Radia, Chairperson, Nayati Healthcare stated, “When I heard the brave stories of courage and recovery of some of the cancer survivors, it inspired me to launch the initiative of ‘Hope for cancer’.  If detected at an early stage and with timely proper treatment, there is Hope for all cancer patients and their families. The need for care and cure is nowhere greater than in Uttar Pradesh, which is faced with the challenge of highest incidence of cancer in the country & to address this challenge in a comprehensive yet humane manner we are launching the Nayati Centre of Excellence for Cancer. Nayati team of doctors is amongst the best in the world and our technology is on par with global benchmarks. The overall mission of our team of healers is to heal with care and compassion, and to remove the social stigma that is attached to cancer in tier 2 and tier 3 cities.”

“Our commitment is to get care to the patient and thereby reduce the social, emotional and economic burden of treatment.  Families face huge plight when they have to cope, not only with the disease of a loved one, but the distance adding to the emotional and financial burden of treatment in cities.” She further added.

Cancer has doubled its grip over the world in the last 20 years and struck deep roots in India, from 800,000 lives in 2001 to 3.3 million now, says the World Health Organization (WHO).  As per Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), between2012-2014, cancer deaths have increased by approximately 6%.  Around 11.2 lakh new cancer cases were detected in India in 2014 and a staggering number of 4.91 lakh succumbed to the disease.

Niira Radia  Chairperson Nayati Healthcare felicitating Cancer survivors at Ho_

Uttar Pradesh tops incidences of cancer in India.  As per the findings of the Population Based Cancer Registry functioning under ICMR, Uttar Pradesh accounts for more than 16% of cancer patients in India. The state has very poor awareness of the diseases and very high incidences of cancer – 2014 numbers increased from 74806 cases in 2011 to 82121 cases in 2014.  As per ICMR records, Uttar Pradesh has far more cancer incidences in comparison to Punjab, Delhi, Uttrakhand and infact much higher than the three combined together.

Nayati Center for Excellence in Oncology (Cancer) will be concerned with screening, early detection, grading and management of cancer. The Center has three divisions: medical, surgical and radiation oncology, which will provide end to end treatment. The services at Nayati Center for Excellence in Oncology will include evaluation for solid tumours and blood cancers, along with treatment planning and coordination of all modalities. Minimal access and open surgical interventions will be available for cancer of the head and neck, brain, spinal cord, lungs, pleura, thorax, thyroid, breast, oesophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder, pancreas, intestine, rectum, gynecological, lymph nodes, kidney, bladder, prostrate and pediatric cancers. High end radiation therapy, isolation rooms, critical care, bone marrow transplantation, palliative care, plastic and reconstructive surgery, pain clinics and counselling services will also be available. Community cancer screening and awareness programs will be an integral part at the Center as well.

About Nayati Healthcare & Research Pvt. Ltd., taking treatment to the patient: Nayati Healthcare & Research is India’s first Multi Super-Specialty healthcare organisation offering premium tertiary care to Tier-II & Tier-III cities. It offers world class patient care services aided by state-of-the-art medical technology and advanced treatment facilities. The aim of the organisation is to provide cost effective and easily accessible healthcare.

About Nayati Multi Super Specialty Hospital, Mathura: Nayati Multi Super Specialty Hospital, Mathura once operational will be the first hospital in the region to provide integrated, comprehensive and high quality healthcare through our Centres of Excellence.  These centres will be supported by advanced Intensive Care units comprising of: MICU, CCU, SICU, NICU and PICU. The upcoming hospital in Mathura will also cater to Vrindavan, Agra, Palwal, Firozabad, Mainpuri, Kasganj, Etawah, Etah, Hathras, Agra and surrounding areas.