An official with the Odisha government said on Thursday that the state will soon provide free molecular tests for cancer treatment.
Samples will be taken from a few state-run hospitals, examined at inDNA’s private laboratory, and then reports will be given back to the hospitals. He indicated that soon the facility in the institutions would begin.
“Under the Nidan programme, the state government will cover all expenses. “Odisha State Medical Corporation Limited (OSMCL) issued an open tender, and the laboratory was chosen through that,” he stated.
A tumor’s molecular analysis enables a more thorough understanding of its biology and treatment planning. For a number of hospitals and medical colleges in the state, OSMCL and inDNA have signed an agreement.