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Global Hospitals to conduct cancer awareness sessions for public


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The Global Hospitals Group together with their local partners, Forte International, will conduct a unique programme on cancer, which will be open to the public, where a team of five oncologists from Global Hospitals in Bangalore will participate.

This high profile team of consultants are arriving with the blessings of the Sri Lanka College of Oncologists and they will also conduct a medical seminar to the medical fraternity.

The team of doctors who specialise in different sub specialties will address the public on 31 March at 9:30 a.m. at the Ballroom of the Ramada Hotel; entrance being free of charge.

The five Consultants are Dr. Ravi Deo – Consultant Head & Neck Surgical Oncologist, Dr. C.H. Srinivas – Consultant Surgical Ortho Oncologist, Dr. Jayanthi Thumsi – Consultant Breast Surgeon, Dr. Ganesh Dev Vashista – Consultant Medical Oncologist and Dr. J. Mathangi – Consultant Radiation Oncologist, all of whom will answer questions from the public.

The Global Hospitals Group, India, one of the fastest growing chains of tertiary care, multi super specialty hospital chains in the sub continent, together with their Sri Lankan Information and Assistance Centre, Forte International Pvt. Ltd., has been responsible for facilitating numerous Sri Lankans to obtain medical assistance (in consultation with their Sri Lankan doctors) in India at Global Hospitals.


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