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Dr Hariprasad, President, Apollo Hospitals Group
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Apollo Hospital starts elder care centers in six cities

 NEW DELHI: Seeking to improve the health and well-being of the elderly, the Apollo Hospitals has launched Apollo Elder Care -- dedicated centers for the well-being and health of elderly people, in six major cities across the country.

serious auditory impairment in India
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Meerut to have Acoustic Room to check hearing impairment

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 Meerut residents with hearing problems will get better diagnostic facilities in their city as the PL Sharma district hospital will be equipped with an acoustic room for audiometry in order to test the level of hearing impairment in patients

Remarkable surgery on a bomb blast victim
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Jaypee Doctors Remove Damaged Rectum, Pull Down Intestine for Excretion

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 23- year-old Osmah Mohammad got a new lease of life at Jaypee Hospital, NOIDA, where a team of doctors from Gastro Intestinal and Hepatopancreaticobiliary surgery department have successfully performed a critical surgery on him.

successfully undergone cosmetic heart surgery
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Kerala hospital brings cosmetic heart surgery for children to India

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 Kochi: For the first time in India, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre in Kochi, Kerala, has introduced cosmetic heart surgery for children – a procedure that has gained popularity in Europe over the past decade.

surgery for oral cancer
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Vadodara dentist invents push button denture

Navdeep Nandre
 What does a dentist do when he has to cast a denture on a patient who can not open his or her mouth? The difficulty in opening the mouth fully for the denture to be cast can happen to those who excessively chew tobacco or those who have had surgery for oral cancer.

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PHFI's One Year Course on Cardiovascular Diseases, Strokes

Navdeep Nandre
The Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) has announced the launch of the first of its kind Certificate Course on Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke (CCCDS) in India. The course will be launched in May, 2017.