First stand alone EDDC launched in Haripad
Alappuzha: DM Foundation, the non-profit charitable arm of DM Healthcare, the leading healthcare conglomerate in the Middle East and India, has launched the first stand-alone Early Disease Detection Centre and Cancer Screening (EDDC) in Haripad in Kerala`s Alapuzha district.
Established in association with Ashraya Charitable Trust (ACT), the centre has been launched under ‘Healing Touch’, the healthcare related charitable activities under DM Foundation aiming to provide its healthcare offerings for the benefit of the society.
The facility was inaugurated recently KPCC President, Ramesh Chennithala, and Dr Azad Moopen, Chairman, DM Healthcare.
The Early Disease Detection Centre and Cancer Screening will offer advanced diagnostic services free of charge with the aim of having immediate results to help tackle fatal diseases without delay.
Focusing on cancer screening and prevention programmes, the centre will actively work on creating awareness through related research and statistics done in view of the current economic, socio, occupational and geographical scenario.
DM Foundation has set up a similar early disease detection centre in West Bengal?s densely-populated 24 Paraganas district.
Established in association with the Human Welfare Trust (HWT) in west Bengal, DM Foundation has set up a diagnostic centre, aiming to offer immediate medical solutions to the people in the area, for free or at highly subsidised rates.
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