"BHABHATRON-II has many superior features to its imported counterparts viz its operations are fully computer controlled and fully closable collimator protects patients from overexposure of radiation in the case of any emergency."

President of India A.P.J.Abdul Kalam Speaking After commissioning the BHABHATRON-II, the First commercially Produced Indigenous Teletherapy machine at Indian Red Cross Society, Nellore, AP on 11.12.2006.

"India has donated a state of the art technology machine BHABHATRON_II to Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy with Vietnam being the intended beneficiary

Mr. Aruna Kumar VundavalliMember of Parliament and Member of the Indian Delegation, at the 62nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly on 29th.Oct.2007

"While nuclear power is of crucial importance for sustainable development, of equal significance are other peaceful applications of atomic energy. India having developed significant experience in affordable cancer related programmes has been supporting this activity actively, and would be pleased to offer a recently developed Cobalt 60 Teletherapy machine (BHABHATRON) as a contribution to the Agency.s Programme of Action for Cancer Therapy."

Dr. Anil KakodkarChairman, Atomic Energy Commission and Leader of Indian Delegation in the 50th General Conference of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) at Vienna on Wednesday, September 20, 2006

"I salute India for the generous donation of the BHABHATRON-II to Another developing country to ensure the benefits of the device to the people in need". (The BHABHATRON-II was officially donated by India to the IAEA's Progamme for Action of Cancer Therapy and is to be sent to a hospital in Vietnam.)"

Mohammed ElBaradeiDirector General , IAEA