Neil Nitin Mukesh becomes a part of the Tata Memorial Hospital's HOPE 2015
Actor Neil Nition Mukesh, Amol Gupte, Johnny Lever and Bosco attended the Tata Memorial Hospital's HOPE 2015.
The Pediatric Foundation of Tata Memorial Hospital called ImPaCCT Foundation and India's premium cancer treatment, education and research center and among the biggest cancer centers in the world celebrated the biggest annual event of India by children combating cancer, called 'HOPE 2015 on December 14.
'HOPE' signifies the message that 'Cancer is Curable'. The word stands for powerful and positive belief of victory over Cancer. This event aims at giving joy, love, peace and lots of hope to each child battling with the disease. This event was attended by stars like Neil Nitin Mukesh, Amole Gupte, Johnny Lever and noted choreographer Bosco.
Head of Department, Medical Oncology, Tata Memorial Hospital, Dr. Sripad Banavali stated "Childhood cancers are highly curable, provided they are diagnosed early and treated properly. However the treatment is very complex and expensive. It takes an entire "village" to treat a child with cancer in addition to finances! At Tata Memorial Hospital, through the ImPaCCT Foundation we provide holistic care to these children in the form of financial help, accommodation, nutrition, education, blood and platelets, entertainment and much more. Our annual event HOPE is just one among many such initiatives at Tata that aims at providing holistic care to children. All this has helped us to reach closer to our ultimate goal that "Every child with cancer taking treatment at TMH deserves the best chance at cure".
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