• 12 February, 2014
    India’s polio victory proves that nothing is impossible: WHO
    Congratulating the country for its monumental achievement, Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization, said, ‘India has shown the world that there is no such thing as impossible.
  • 12 December, 2013
    Cellphone tower radiation not harmful :Indian Medical Association
    MUMBAI: Doctors from the Indian Medical Association-Mumbai (W) said on Tuesday that cellphone tower radiation in the city was \'very low\' and did not pose any health hazard.
  • 12 December, 2013
    US companies considering medical tourism for employee health care
    ABC News : As more Americans have surgeries overseas, US companies consider Medical Tourism, a health care option in order to cut costs of employee healthcare costs and insurance.
  • 09 December, 2013
    Twin sisters with knee disease operated on same day
    Identical twin sisters, both suffering from the same knee disease which was also diagnosed around the same time nine years ago, underwent surgery on the same day in a Navi Mumbai hospital. The 59-year-old sisters, who could barely walk for a few minutes without support before the surgery, now hope to lead near normal lives.

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Sex-Change Surgery: India\'s New Line In Budget Medical Tourism

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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