Rotary launches collaborative project at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital

In order to help the underprivileged people who suffer from cancer and have no insurance support (including Government schemes), the Rotary Club of Coimbatore Cotton City has come up with a noble project ‘Can Care Sanjeevani’ with financial support from H.M.Textiles Pvt.Ltd and medical support from Sri Ramakrishna Hospital.

D.Lakshminarayanaswamy, Managing Trustee, SNR Sons Charitable Trust launched the project at Sri Ramakrishna Hospital on Monday in the presence of Manoharlal Jain, Managing Director, HM Textiles Group, Dr.P.Guhan, Director, Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Oncology and Research, Nirov Seth, President, RCC Cotton City, R.Mylsamy, District Director, Sumit Kumar, Assistant Governor, RI.Dist.3201 and Project Chairs Sureshchand Sutaliya, Sandip Shah and Dr. Neetika Prabhu.

A cheque of Rs. 16 lakh from RCC Cotton City Trust that would cover the treatments for patients enrolled on this project was handed over to Sri Ramakrishna Hospital.

Underprivileged Women and men without insurance support who need radiotherapy treatments and women who would need Chemotherapy for Breast cancer, ovarian cancer and cervical cancer can get benefitted from this project.

The patients would be followed up for a period of 2 years and would be assisted with any further treatment protocols if required.