The projects refer to the Centre for Genome Research in Oncology and Perinatology, Centre for Research and Early Detection of Lung Cancer, and the National Centre for Multiple Sclerosis Patients.
The projects will assist in developing documentation to successfully apply and implement the projects and they are being financed from the European Structural and Investment Funds.
The actual projects are aimed at improving access to health care and treatment and monitoring the outcome of that treatment. The project documentation should be completed in the next three to four months and after that KBC will apply for funding to implement them, KBC Zagreb director Ante Ćorušić said.
The lung cancer project documentation, valued at HRK 1.5 million, documents necessary for construction works and equipment.
The multiple sclerosis project is valued at HRK 813,000 and the genome research project is valued at HRK 503,000.
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