Colombia inaugurates Latin America’s most modern oncology center

Located in the north of the Colombian capital, the building of more than 100,000 square meters has 176 beds for oncology patients and facilities inspired by the main centers of its kind in the world to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary service that avoids long journeys for those suffering from any stage of any cancer in Bogota.

The Cancer Treatment and Research Center (CTIC), a non-profit foundation with state-of-the-art technology to attend to 7,000 patients, was inaugurated on Thursday, July 21, in Bogota, making it the largest center in Colombia and the most modern in Latin America in its field.

Located in the north of the Colombian capital, the building of more than 100,000 square meters has 176 beds for oncology patients and facilities inspired by the main centers of its kind in the world to provide a comprehensive and multidisciplinary service that avoids long journeys for those suffering from any . . .

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