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Padma Shri for JK Singh in field of Oncology
Patna | Wednesday, Jan 25 2012 IST
 
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Dr Jitendra Kumar Singh, a noted cancer specialist, has been selected for the Padm Shri Award for his services in the field of oncology in Bihar. Dr Singh working at Mahavir Cancer Institute- Phulwarisharif Patna for the past 11 years has devoted his life for the treatment of terminally ill cancer patients specially belonging to the poor sections of the state. Born at village Majhauni in Banka district in the year 1952 Dr Singh obtained MBBS Degree in 1975 and MD in Radiotherapy in 1980. He also received National Merit Scholarship from 1975-1980. In 1995, he was awarded with FICRO Award (Fellow of Indian college of Radiation Oncology). In 2009, he was also awarded by Fellow in Management Award. Before joining mahavir Cancer Institute he served for 14 years at PMCH- Radium Institute as Senior Faculty Member. Dr Singh has been associated with various associations and held prime post in the field related to the Cancer inclduing Indian Society of Oncology & Breast Cancer Foundation-India, Associations of cancer management of India (Indian Brachytherapy Society and Indian Hyperthermic Oncological Medicine, Indian Association of Gynaecological Oncology of India and Cancer Care India, ICON and member of Task Force for Gall Bladder Carcinoma, ICMR, Govt. of India, Association of Radiation Oncologist of India, Bihar Chapter and others. UNI RS AB RKM 2339 NNNN

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