From March 21 the Dobrobut medical network, with the support of the nonprofit humanitarian organization Direct Relief International, launches a program of providing the population with free chemotherapy drugs. The program is held in two hospitals of Dobrobut medical network, located in Kyiv on Idzykovsky street 3 and Bazhana street 12-A.
Within the first stage of the program, it is possible to get the drug Tamoxifen Citrate 10 mg manufactured in the USA for a 3-month course of treatment free of charge. Patients who have been diagnosed with "breast cancer" and prescribed the appropriate drug can receive the medicine.
The coordinator appoints the date and time of the visit. During a weekday visit to the medical and diagnostic center on Idzykovsky street 3, you will also be able to ask questions to the oncologist about taking the drug. You must have medical documentation confirming the appointment of Tamoxifen and identity card as well.
"Cancer patients are one of the most vulnerable segments of the population. Especially during the war. The team of our Dobrobut Clinical Oncology Center, consisting of experienced oncologists, surgical oncologists and chemotherapists, ensures maximum comfort and the highest quality medical care for patients. Support of Direct Relief is an opportunity for us to provide people who need it a free medicine, and I'm happy about it", — Yuriy Kondratskyi, chief oncologist of the Dobrobut medical network, says.