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Attractive Packages on Sleeve Gastrectomy Surgery in India : Consult for More

Posted on August 22, 2017 at 11:44am 0 Comments


The sleeve gastrectomy surgery in India is a surgical weight loss procedure in which the stomach is reduced to around 15% of its original size by removing a large portion of it. This treatment is widely considered by the patients across the globe searching to loose those extra fats. In India we provide the reasonable cost sleeve gastrectomy surgery as compared to the…


Know More About Cancer Treatment in India with Forerunners: Cost and Benefits

Posted on May 16, 2017 at 3:21pm 0 Comments


The term cancer can be a scary phenomenon, however, with modern surgery options like the Cancer surgery at some famous hospitals for cancer treatment in India, one can get his or her sign of relief. The fact is with seeking top surgeons the cancer surgery can be carried out with best of the results. Of late, India has become the hub for medical…


Affordable Surgery Cost, Expert Professionals, Advanced Technology : Makes India as A Medical Tourism Destination

Posted on March 27, 2017 at 1:24pm 0 Comments


Of late, there is a huge surge in the medical tourism industry. All thanks to the huge amount of investment taking place in the medical sector, which has made things better and smarter in the healthcare sector. More and more big brands have emerged in the field of healthcare embarking with high quality healthcare services conforming to the compliance of international…


Success Rate of Hydrocephalus Treatment in India: Care, Surgery Cost with Medical Assistance

Posted on February 20, 2017 at 12:27pm 0 Comments


If you talk about the term hydrocephalus, it is derived from the Greek terminology called "hydro" that means water and cephalus (that means head). So, it is nothing but a condition in which excessive amount of accumulation of fluid is seen inside the brain. The excess amount of fluid causes some amount of the spaces inside your brain known as the ventricles that is meant to expand the…


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