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Kochi to house country’s 1st cancer tech incubator

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  • India will soon now going to gets its first cancer technology incubator at the Kerala Technology Innovation Zone in the KINFRA, Hi-Tech Park, Kochi to create one of the most innovations India focused development in the cancer care sector, according to the report which has been revealed.
  • Setup by the Kerala Startup Mission, the nodal agency of Government of Kerala for the entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state, the new center is called as “Centre for Biomedical Research, Innovation and Commercialization in Cancer” (BRICS).

India will soon now going to gets its first cancer technology incubator at the Kerala Technology Innovation Zone in the KINFRA, Hi-Tech Park, Kochi to create one of the most innovations India focused development in the cancer care sector, according to the report which has been revealed.

The startup which is floated by the Cochin Cancer Research Center, which is the incubator will now be going to support in converting research into the entrepreneurship in the cancer care sector.  The incubator will also get to know some of the research support from the University of Illinois, which have recently signed the MoU with Kerala.

CRCC, which will also help the incubator with the clinical expertise, will also sign a MoU with the KSUM on 13th of January.

Setup by the Kerala Startup Mission, the nodal agency of Government of Kerala for the entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state, the new center is called as “Centre for Biomedical Research, Innovation and Commercialization in Cancer” (BRICS).

The incubator will also be going to focus in technology innovations in cancer care, frugal innovations that can improve the access of the best cancer treatment for the sector-specific fintech, public innovations and also converting academic researches to products.

KSUM CEO Dr. Saji Gopinath, said in a media statement, “We are providing the basic infrastructure now. We hope that international start-ups and companies will join in the future. Developing countries have a bigger cancer challenge because of late detection and financial issues. The solutions created here should increase the productivity of doctors, too,” said KSUM CEO Dr. Saji Gopinath.

“We will be guiding the programme by bringing out the key areas where research and innovation are necessary. Our doctors will help out in their specific field of expertise.”, he said.

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