Project #8491

Research and treatment of child cancer in Brazil

by GRAACC - Support Group for Adolescents and Children with Cancer
Jun 12, 2012

Atlas Schindler gives to the expansion project GRAACC

The Atlas Schindler , elevator manufacturer in Brazil, gave R$ 150,000 (approximately US$ 88.000) to the project to expand the hospital GRAACC. Are now studying the possibility of donation of 04 (four) elevators for the new complex with estimated cost of R$ 750.000 (approximately US$ 440.000). The first attachment will be delivered in May 2012.

After construction,  will leave GRAACC 4.100 m2 to 8.400m2. In this project already planned Modulated Radiotherapy equipment. Equipment cost estimated at R$ 8 million  (work + equipment - approximately US$ 4,7 million). It will be the first device available in Brazil low-income children.

The hospital's expansion project is planned investment of 100 million reais.


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GRAACC - Support Group for Adolescents and Children with Cancer

Location: Sao Paulo, SP - Brazil
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Tammy Allersdorfer
Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo Brazil

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