International Atomic Energy Agency has assured to expand cooperation with Pakistan in its efforts to provide latest treatment facilities to cancer patients.

International Atomic Energy Agency has expressed its commitment to expand cooperation with Pakistan especially in its efforts to provide latest treatment facilities to the cancer patients.

The intention was expressed by Director General of International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi while speaking at the inauguration ceremony of a latest Cyberknife facility at Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission’s flagship cancer-care hospital in Islamabad.

The hospital is named as Nuclear Medicine, Oncology and Radiotherapy Institute.

The IAEA Director General hoped that the newly inaugurated Cyberknife facility will multiply theuropic capacities in Pakistan to treat the cancer patients.

He said this hospital in Pakistan is equipped with the latest technology and has the potential to even extend this facility to other countries.

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