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Irkutsk governor intends to attract investors to East-Siberian Cancer Center creation project - EastRussia | Far East






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Irkutsk governor is going to attract investors to the project to create the East-Siberian Cancer Center

Governor Sergei Levchenko intends to attract investors, including private investors, for the construction of the radiological building of the East Siberian Cancer Center in Irkutsk

Irkutsk governor is going to attract investors to the project to create the East-Siberian Cancer Center
This was reported by the press service of the Governor of the Irkutsk region.

"On the instructions of the head of the region, negotiations were held with potential investors to build a radiological facility and a PET center (positron emission tomography). To date, four large companies have accepted the offer and have already submitted their construction programs, "the report said.

The need to build a radiological building arose in the Irkutsk Region in 2012. According to the government, design estimate documentation is ready, expertise has been passed. In the near future, the final estimated cost will be determined, which is approximately 4 - 4,5 billion rubles, notes Interfax.

Construction should be carried out in two stages - the construction of a medical unit and the construction of a diagnostic unit with a PET center. The treatment unit will house the hospital on 100 beds, the departments of radiotherapy, topometry, medical physics and engineering, intraoperative radiotherapy and an educational and methodical center. The nuclear diagnostic department will include a PET center and radionuclide diagnostics.

"The construction of the radiological center will allow using high-tech methods of radiation therapy in the treatment of malignant tumors that 80% of patients need. At the moment, human resources for this complex work are ready-medical physicists, biologists, radiologists, and radiotherapists. We tried to provide everything that is necessary. A huge work was done on the selection of medical equipment, "the press service of the chief oncologist of the Irkutsk region Victoria Dvornichenko said.