Free check-up of diabetes, blood pressure and cancers through ‘Swasth Chandrapur’ kiosk by Tata Trusts at GMC, Chandrapur
Free of cost screening and awareness services to be provided to patients, their caregivers and visitorsknow more
Mobile Medical Unit (MMU), with mammography machine, by Tata Trusts at Sri Venkateswara Institute of Cancer Care & Advanced Research (SVICCAR) in Tirupati’
Free of cost NCDs screening and awareness services for people of Tirupati, Chittoor and other nearby districtsRead more
The Tata Trusts have been pioneers in developing super specialty cancer hospitals in India since 1941. In order to strengthen cancer care in underserved areas and to promote prevention and early detection of cancers, the Trusts have embarked on a first-of-its-kind large scale public health programme.
Established in 2017, Alamelu Charitable Foundation (ACF) is a Section 8, not-for-profit entity. ACF has been set-up to implement the ambitious Cancer Care Initiative of the Trusts, ensuring affordable, high-quality healthcare to millions of Indians, closer to their homes.Know more
We are now looking at utilising our resources, our skills and our vision to address issues and needs that have been largely ignored.
Ratan N Tata
Chairman, Tata Trusts
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We are working with National Health Mission for screening & awareness of non-communicable diseases (NCDs)
People screened for NCDs
Men screened for NCDs
Women screened for NCDs
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