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CHENNAI: Among the last things you expect as you enter a radiation therapy room for cancer patients is personalised settings for ambient light and music. Depending on whether you select the Underwater, Sky or Jungle theme, the ambience turns to your liking, as you walk through a short, maze-like path, into the heart of the Apollo Proton Cancer Centre in.

Apollo Hospitals gears up for its next phase of growth swank, 150-bed advanced cancer facility, built at a cost of Rs 1,100 crore, is a testament to the ambitions and risk appetite of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd, India’s largest hospital chain by beds, revenue and market capitalization, and the unique family-led management at the helm, comprising of 88-year-old chairman Prathap Chandra Reddy and his four daughters.