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All Specialty Care Treatments Will Be Offered At Belle Vue.

...from reconstructive surgery. The age group which opts for this is between 25-25 years with the cost depending on the type of treatment. The clinic is basically very much interested in development of eye care specialties. In collaboration with the Aravind eye care hospital at Madurai, the hospital plan...

Cancer Cover Insurance “The Big V” Is Launched In U.

...ments of the other insurance policies. The big V opts for a new approach which is called the stage payment. It is the same for both men and women. In this money is paid stage by stage upon diagnosis of cancer. At stage one during early diagnosis of cancer 10% of the money is paid, during intermediate ca...

Muscle Derived Stem Cell Can Repair Damaged Cartilage

...uld not be long before a famous sports personality opts for a stem cell transplant to repair his injured knee....

Plastic Surgery Is Primetime among Ethnic Groups

...nics, Blacks and Asians. // The ethnic community opts for this surgery than any other community. It was mainly chosen to enhance their appearance or minimize the signs of aging. Statistics show that more and more people opted for it in the year 2005 with nearly 2.3 million procedures performed. This ...

'Beavertail' Surgery Helps Tongue Cancer Patients

...iseased tongue tissue that is removed if a patient opts for surgical treatment of the cancer. The surgery is then followed up with radiation or chemotherapy, but that shrinks and scars the tongue, turning normally elastic and pliable tissue to something like wood. This reduces the patient's ability to swa...

Mothers Opting for C-Sections- Be Warned

...tion Journal, the risks encountered by a woman who opts for a C-section, in spite of her doctor not advising it, is three times higher than that of a woman undergoing natural delivery. These risks include severe complications, such as major bleeding, infection and blood clots. The researchers source...

Shortage of Veterinarians Worry Public Health Experts in US

... is not taking place at the same pace. And whoever opts for veterinarian medicine chooses the small animal stream. "It's the diagnostics -- the testing you can do, the hospitalization that we end up doing with the patients, and the treatment advances they keep coming up with. It's very interesting," a s...

Targeted HIV Testing An Effective Way to Screen HIV Patients

...HIV at every health care visit, unless the patient opts out, or specifically declines to be tested. In order to meet the demands of more testing, doctors can forgo the HIV risk reduction counseling that usually accompanies HIV testing. 'While the CDCs recommended opt-out testing offers some public healt...

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