Government • 27 July, 2019

Construction of new National Oncology Research Center in Nur-Sultan to be completed in 2021

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It is reported by the press service of PM.

Prime Minister Askar Mamin visited the National Oncology Research Center in Nur-Sultan, which is being built on the instructions of the First President – Elbasy Nursultan Nazarbayev.

The head of the Government heard the report on the implementation of the Roadmap for the Construction of New Oncology Research Center, familiarized himself with the layout design of the facility. The center has six floors, including the basement. The total area of ​​the building is more than 49 thousand square meters. Building area — more than 16 thousand square meters. Construction is scheduled for completion in March 2021.

The new center will use advanced technologies for diagnosing and treating cancers, including laser, radiation and cell-immune therapies using the experience of already established cardiological and neurosurgical clusters.

To date, the installation of temporary buildings and structures, demolition of existing administrative and residential buildings, digging pits, dewatering and pile driving works have been completed, and the laying of the foundation has started.

In 2018, the Government adopted the 2018-2022 Comprehensive Plan for Combating Oncological Diseases, which envisages improving the quality of medical services and renewing the equipment in oncologic dispensaries.

During the visit, the issue of the transfer of land from Nazarbayev University to republican ownership for the construction of the center was also considered.

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