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Cancer Cure Fund Of Indian Cancer Society (ics)
All India

Indian cancer society was established in 1951 by Dr. D.J. Jussawalla and Mr. Naval Tata who is India's first voluntary, non-profit, national organization for awareness, detection, cure, and survivorship of those affected with this disease. The Indian cancer society has been doing sterling work in fighting cancer across India. It has been and continues to be the beacon of hope for thousands of underprivileged cancer patients. The extent of help required is phenomenal. Most of the patients come to us from all over the country and can’t afford two meals a day. In such cases undergoing treatment is beyond their capacity. Society is entirely dependent on public support for its various activities concerned with financing the treatment and rehabilitation of cancer patients and for spreading cancer awareness and its early detection. Activities of Indian cancer society: Has main nationwide awareness of cancer, its risk factors, and preventive measures, encouraging regular check-ups, treatment options and survivorship. Providing for early detection of cancer through cancer detection centres and mobile cancer detection camps across India, especially for the underprivileged. Providing funds for the treatment of cancer for poor cancer patients across India providing support during and after treatment to poor cancer patients through accommodation, rehabilitation, and survivor support groups. Gathering and collating data through the population based cancer registry for Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur and Aurangabad (ICS is the only NGO to run a cancer registry), and providing analytic and projected reports on the incidence of cancer. Mission statement • To create awareness that cancer is preventable and curable to facilitate early detection of cancer • To offer emotional support and medical aid to cancer patients • To establish and encourage cancer survivorship programmes • To reintegrate cancer survivors back into society • To facilitate advocacy and research for cancer

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    Amount: Minimum sanction Rs 50,000 to maximum Rs 5 lakhs Eligibility: Family income should not exceed Rs 4 lakh per year. Patient should be treated at ICS empanelled hospital only. Patients should be registered under general category. Projected survival rate 50% for adult patients and 70% for pediatric patients. Only for Indian citizens. Treatment covered - Chemotherapy ,Radiation ,Surgery, Supportive care ,Prosthesis Growth hormone and Nutrition

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