CCN Plan

Our team of expert physicians working at NCH will carry out the detailed work up of the patient including the investigations, plan and course of management be decided by the multidisciplinary tumor board. The patient will be then receiving the treatment as per the protocol considering in mind the various factors Viz performance status, stage of the disease, patient and family members wish and expectation towards the disease and the treatment. CCN has achieved a milestone in cancer care by collaborating with Ministry of Health (MOH), government of Nepal. MOH role in enrolling CCN as a part of national leader in cancer care is highly applauding. As per the decision of the MOH, each cancer patient will receive a token money of Rs 1 lakh to be spent during the course of treatment through ( Bipanna sahayog Kosh). This service is available in CCN through NCH apart from all other government hospitals in the country.

CCN mobilizes its Human Resources, NCH medical team, successful community peers (influential individual with cancer or without cancer and cancer survivor and their families) to mentor and motivate participants in the program as well as making the most of existing agency resources and mobilizing volunteer workers. CCN will continue to support the individual for lifelong follow up and survivorship programme.

CCN is providing following services but not limited to:

1. Proper diagnosis of the Cancer.
2. Proper staging and plan of treatment.
3. Providing chemotherapy
4. Providing radiotherapy (referred to the hospital where this facility is available).
5. Toxicities management
6. Coping with cancer
7. Supportive management
8. Cancer survivorship
9. Creating support group/counselling.
10. Long term follow up.
11. Palliative and end of life care.
12. Home hospice care (support of Binaytara foundation USA)

Targeted individuals to receive and give service would include, but not limited to:

1.Those with diagnosis of cancer requiring active treatment and care.
2.Those who lack any financial, social and emotional support.
3.Those who seek end of life care for their loved ones through improving quality of life.
4.Current and future clients of CCN’S existing programs, referrals from physicians and service providers and those who are seeking and in need for the treatment of cancer.
5.Those who are interested to work with CCN after their completion of treatment and help other cancer survivor’s voluntarily.
6.Any organisations or individual willing to work voluntarily with CCN to help promote activities against cancer in the country.