A senior team from the large pharmaceutical company Sanofi earlier gave the minister a presentation on their ambitious expansion ambitions in Hyderabad. A hub with 350 employees was announced by the business earlier this year in Hyderabad. The business referred to the hyderabad center as one of its important worldwide "Talent Hubs." The minister stated during the conference in Boston that the opening of Sanofi's global center in hyderabad further strengthened the State's overall life sciences agenda.

It reflects a huge advancement in Hyderabad's leadership position as we work to establish ourselves as the global 'Health Tech Mecca. These kinds of expenditures demonstrate Telangana's dedication to keeping up with technology developments and funding healthcare innovation, he added. In hyderabad, Pi health will open an integrated cancer hospital and research facility. The minister was met in Boston by Dr. bobby reddy, co-founder of Pi health, who told him of the plan to construct an integrated cancer hospital and research facility in Hyderabad.

The minister said, "I'm thrilled that Pi health has chosen to establish a cutting-edge technology integrated cancer hospital and research centre in hyderabad and is committed to creating opportunities for the incredible healthcare and IT talent in telangana to fight cancer and drive the future of medicine. Present were amarnath reddy Atmakuri, Chief Relations Officer, E vishnu Vardhan reddy, Special Secretary (Investment Promotion & nri Affairs), and Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary (IT and Industries).

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