The Indian cancer society was established in the year 1951 by Dr D.J Jussawalla and Mr. Naval Tata. India's first non-profit, voluntary national organization for cancer awareness, observation, cure, and life support. The Indian Cancer Society's activities include delivering early cancer detection through cancer detection Centres and mobile cancer detection camps throughout India, focusing on the poor. Providing finances for cancer treatment for needy cancer patients across India, as well as help during and after treatment through housing, rehabilitation, and survivor support groups for impoverished cancer patients. ICS is the sole non-profit organization that runs a cancer registry. It collects and collates data for Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, and Aurangabad and gives analytic and predicted cancer incidence statistics. To raise awareness about how cancer can be prevented and treated to be detected early. To provide cancer patients with emotional and medical assistance. Providing finances for cancer patients. Developing and promoting cancer survivorship programmes. people living with Help cancer reintegrate back into society. To assist with cancer advocacy and research.
RemarksAmount: (a) The Initiation Fund assists low-income individuals with the first costs of their cancer diagnosis at the Cancer Hospital. A sum of Rs.15,000 is given to the hospital so that the cancer patient can undertake all of the necessary preliminary diagnostic tests. (b) A Treatment Fund is offered to disadvantaged patients in order to cover a portion of their cancer treatment costs.