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TRUST - India

Shradha Cancer Care Trust was founded in Delhi in November 2005. The object of the Trust is to promote much needed cancer facilities in North India.

1) Trust Structure


Mr DS Negi

Shri DS Negi is an IAS officer who retired as principal Secretary (Health & Family Welfare), Govt. of NCT of Delhi. He has had a distinguished service record at both state and national level. He has authored many policy documents, reports, articles, travelogues and even books.


Dr AK Dewan, M.S., M.Ch.
Medical Director

Dr AK Dewan is Medical Director and Senior Surgeon at the Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, Delhi, India. He is wholeheartedly committed to care of cancer patients and is especially interested in palliative care for patients who are terminally ill.


Mr Suresh Kathpalia
Member and Treasurer

Mr Kathpalia is a consultant in Tax and Finance. He is involved in creating awareness about cancer and initiating steps for early cancer detection.


Dr (Mrs) Rupali Dewan, M.D. (Gynaecology)

Dr Rupali Dewan is the Senior Gynecologist and Obstetrician in Safdarjung Hospital. This hospital is the biggest Central Government Hospital in India. Dr Dewan is actively involved in health care of underprivileged women.


Dr DC Doval, M.D.

Dr DC Doval is the Chief of the Medical Oncology Department at Rajeev Gandhi Cancer Institute and Research Centre, Delhi, India. He is involved in multi institutional clinical research and is especially interested in hospice care. He was awarded the clinical excellence award in the field of Oncology by Wockhardt India Ltd in association with Howard Medical International.


Mr D Baijal

Mr Baijal is the marketing manager in a private enterprise, 'National Peroxide'. He is interested in social service and particularly in helping poor and needy cancer patients.


Nani Ma

Nani Ma is a sadhvi practicing meditation and spiritual study on the bank of the river Ganga. She is interested in the spiritual and emotional welfare of terminally ill cancer patients and their families.


Mr Raghuvir Lal Ghai

Mr Ghai is Honorary Manager of the Punjab Sindh Kshetra in Rishikesh. A retired head master from Agra, his life is now dedicated to the service of the needy, particularly pilgrims, sadhus, students and those in need of medical help.


Mr AK Banerjee

Ambassador Arun Kumar Banerjee is an Indian Foreign Services officer, now retired after 38 years of active involvement in India's diplomatic relations. He has served variously as the Indian ambassador to Greece, Consular General in Sydey, Australia, Deputy High Commissioner in Canada, High Commissioner in Ghana, High Commissioner in the Maldives and in headquarters (Delhi).


2) Registration Details
Registration Date: 28 November 2005
Registration Number: 9805
Place of Registration: Delhi, India

3) Status of Trust
A public charitable institution.

4) Mission Of Trust
To promote cancer care centres, hospitals and diagnostic centres for all kinds of investigations and for treatment of all kinds of illnesses.

5) Current Project of Trust
The Ganga Prem Hospice - a hospice for terminally ill cancer patients.

6) Other activities of Trust
• Free Camps for screening people for possibility of cancer.
• Free Monthly Cancer Clinic in Rishikesh offers
  a) Screening for possibility of cancer
  b) Consultation for cancer patients
  c) Consultation for terminally ill cancer patients
• Periodic free Cancer Clinic in Haridwar, Dehradun, New Theri and Uttarkashi.
• Home Care Programme for terminally ill cancer patients in Rishikesh, Haridwar and Dehradun.
• Bereavement Support Programme

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