Jeet Association For Support To Cancer Patients (Jascap)is a non-profit organization and cancer-related books publishing business that publishes books in 11 Indian languages. Satyajit, the solitary son of Mrs. Neera P Rao and Mr. Prabhakar Rao, died of t-cell lymphoma in the US, prompting the emergence of the Jeet Association For Support To Cancer Patients. This life-altering tragedy served as a springboard for them to explore their abilities to sublimate their grief meaningfully. And that is, assisting patients and their carers in making educated decisions by providing ready, relevant, and timely information on various cancers and their treatment. For the community of patients and carers, the greatest solace was found in producing information and demystifying cancer & its management through its publications. By making cancer-related pamphlets available in several Indian languages. Jascap has been helping patients battle cancer for over 20 years now.
RemarksWork pan India. Provide assistance only to patients undergoing treatment at Tata Memorial Hospital. Patient should be below the poverty line.