• 10 February, 2015
    Doctors recreate half of a baby’s heart via surgery at Delhi
    A 46 days baby from Rohtak in Haryana, whose left ventricle was not developed, got treated in Sir Ganga Ram Hospital at New Delhi. Doctors operated a rare surgery upon her to recreate half of her heart; it took 14 hours to a team of 8 doctors to perform surgery successfully.
  • 20 January, 2015
    Rare surgery helps a man to see again
    A rare surgery helps 29 Years-old Sukhpal Singh to see again. He lost his vision after a bone marrow transplant at the age of six, his eyesight was deteriorated over the years and he lost all vision of his left eye.
  • 18 November, 2014
    Patient traveled 9000 miles for his treatment to India
    An architect Brain Navalinsky from Georgia, how was suffering from heart failure, he traveled 9000 miles for his treatment to Bangalore (India). He gets his treatment in Narayana Hrudayalaya hospital which is world’s largest cardiac surgery hospital and the cost of treatment is too low in comparison of USA & UK.
  • 31 August, 2014
    14 year old girl from Iraq gets her face restructured in Indian hospital
    A 14-year old girl from Iraq whose face had been disfigured by a rare disorder, got her face reconstruction surgery in Max hospital at New Delhi. It was a major surgery where doctors have to transplant half of the girl\'s face this process took eight hours to complete the surgery, where the tissues from the thigh were used to restructure the face. The girl has returned back to her home country with a smile on her face.
  • 11 August, 2014Government ensures a strict surveillance for Ebola virus
    Government ensures a strict surveillance for Ebola virus
    Health minister Harsh Vardhan, on Saturday said that the government is maintaining intensive surveillance to prevent the spread of the dreaded Ebola virus disease (EVD) in the country. He said that there is no confirmed or even suspected Ebola virus-affected person in the country as of now.

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After decades of battling depression, former soldier Betty Ann Archer finally flew to New Delhi to complete her gender transition, one of a growing number of foreigners heading to India for budget sex-change operations. Born Dale Archer, the 64-year-old American said she felt trapped in the wrong body right from the start, recalling secretly trying on her mother\'s dresses as a boy -- much to the horror of her conservative military father. \"I attempted to kill myself twice...

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