The Bone marrow transplant (BMT) team at the Civil Service hospital BMT center in Nepal has successfully completed bone marrow transplant on a third patient. The BMT center was established through a joint collaboration of Binaytara Foundation, the University of Illinois Center for Global Health (UIC-CGH) and Civil Service Hospital, a government hospital in Nepal.
Dr. Binay Shah not only impacts the lives of his patients on a daily basis, but also works to establish programs and services to his homeland, Nepal. Through a partnership with the UI Health’s Blood and Marrow Transplant program to establish this service and others, he is changing the lives of countless individuals for years
Binaytara Foundation (BTF), a US-based non-profit, supported the establishment of the first Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) Center at Civil Service Hospital, a government hospital in Kathmandu, Nepal. The BMT center in Kathmandu will serve not only the population of Nepal but also patients from neighboring countries. BMT is a standard procedure for the treatment
The Binaytara Foundation successfully organized yet another Hematology/Oncology conference in the pacific northwest that drew over 150 attendees from across the nation and 4 other countries including participants from the Philippines, Ghana, Saudi Arabia, and South Korea. The 4th International Conference on Advances in Hematology and Oncology (ICAHO 2016) was held on August 13-14, 2016