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Indian Cancer Society and Indian Society of Oncology 

The Indian Cancer Society - the National Anti-Cancer Association of our country was established way back in 1951. It is a registered Public Trust under the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 and the Societies Registration Act of 1860. Its various activities are listed below:

The society undertakes total care of the poor cancer patients of our country by proffering food, medicines, transport, prostheses, colostomy bags, counseling services, social welfare and job placement services. It also helps cancer patients to be self- employed particularly those who come from the rural areas.

The society established a Rehabilitation Centre at Parel, Mumbai in 1958 which is the first and the largest of its kind in Asia. The society also undertakes numerous programmes and projects to educate the public about the factors relevant to cancer and conducts continuing educational courses for doctors.

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