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Jun 18, 2017
14 companies come together to set up a Telangana medical devices parkThe facility would further strengthen Hyderabad's leading position as in life sciences and pharma industry
May 03, 2017
Egyptian Eman Ahmed to be discharged from Mumbai's Saifee Hospital on 4 May, will fly to DubaiEgyptian national Eman Ahmed, who was until recently believed to be the world's heaviest woman, will be discharged on Thursday from the Saifee Hospital here, where she underwent treatment for severe obesity.
Jan 25, 2017
Incentivise private sector health care in Budget for greater penetration in the countryThe government must consider incentivising various health services and initiatives in the private sector so that we can plough back money and invest in more resources and infrastructure
Sep 06, 2016
Why commercial surrogacy only in govt hospitals can end fear of toutsThose opposing commercial surrogacy including the government seem to have an unstated, oblique objection in addition to the ones that have been voiced loud and clear like the legal issues bedevilling surrogacy commissioned by foreigners.
Aug 25, 2016
Surrogacy Bill: Why denying singles the right to parenthood doesn't seem rightIndia has been far behind in deciding what it wants (to allow) in terms of surrogacy.
Jan 14, 2016
Misplaced priorities?: Medical tourism raises more questions than dollarsTourism Minister Mahesh Sharma on Wednesday launched the National Medical and Wellness Tourism Board to promote medical tourism from foreign countries into India.
Oct 26, 2015
As Geeta returns home, India issues visa to girl from Pakistan for transplant operationIn a humanitarian gesture, India has issued a visa to a five-year-old girl from Pakistan suffering from chronic liver disease to undergo a transplant operation in the country.
Jan 03, 2015
Medical tourism boom in developing countries: Market will rise to USD 32.5 billion by 2019Today more Americans fly out to places like India, China, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore among others to get themselves treated in the high-tech hospitals at a fraction of costs demanded by hospitals in US, the research said.
Nov 28, 2014
Indian industry feels quick visa for Saarc patients would boost medical tourismThe healthcare industry, at large, had always expressed apprehension about protocols and procedures that foreign patients had to go through to avail medical treatment in India.
Jun 12, 2014
Indian doctors return home to thriving medical tourism industryPatients Beyond Borders, a US medical travel resource, says the cost of certain Indian medical procedures can be up to 90 percent lower than in the United States, making it one of the cheapest places for treatment.