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100 livers transplant by Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani hospital

NT NETWORK MUMBAI To mark 100 livers transplanted in over two years of its establishment of its Centre for Liver Transplant, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital held an event where donors and patients were felicitated by the hospital in the ... Navhind Times, 3 weeks ago

Obesity an important risk factor for cancer: Dr. Goyle

Dr Sandeep Goyle is a Consultant Medical Oncologist at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital and Medical Research Institute, Mumbai. He has completed MRCP (U.K) at Royal College of Physicians of London, CCST Medical Oncology at Joint College of Higher ...
 Sify1 month ago

'Major religions view organ donation as charity'

Tina Ambani has been at the forefront in the drive to boost organ donation in India, dispel myths and create awareness on the issue as chairperson, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. She shares with TOI her thoughts on the cause. What makes the ...
 Times of India19 hours ago

Shareholders question Ambani on media biz, dividend

MUMBAI: RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani had to face a barrage of questions from the shareholders today, mainly on the plunging price of the bellwether stock and on the loss-making media business, among others. The shareholders were equally upset with ...
 Economic Times1 month ago At 41st AGM, Mukesh Ambani faces shareholders' ire  Rediff.com1 month ago Shareholders Question Ambani on Loss-Making Media Business, Dividend  NDTV Profit1 month ago Shareholders question Mukesh Ambani on loss-making media business, dividend  DNA India1 month ago
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KokilabenDhirubhaiAmbani hospital undertakes a rare dual-lobe living donor liver transplant

Previous story: RBI needs to be more responsible, Yashwant Sinha Next story: Interdependency of IOT and Cloud Computing BY Maitri Vaghela, IEEE Member Mumbai: When acute liver disease threatened Mahendra Bari, world-class medical expertise, ...
 APN News1 month ago Interdependency of IOT and Cloud Computing BY Maitri Vaghela, IEEE Member  APN News1 month ago RBI needs to be more responsible, Yashwant Sinha  APN News1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Versova woman who fell from 4th floor dies

By Lievanta Millar The 27-year-old artiste manager employed with Zee Music who fell from the fourth floor of Guru Drishti building in Versova, died in Kokilaben Ambani Hospital on Sunday after being in a coma for 10 days. The woman, identified ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 day ago Versova woman critical after fall from ... Versova woman critical after fall from 4th flr flat  Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
Times of India

Foreigners chose India for sex-change operations

British national Sue Pascoe, 54, can never forget her trip to India in March. Born Graham Pascoe, she had gender identity disorder or gender dysphoria, which made her feel at odds with the gender she was born with and led her to identify instead ...
 Times of India2 days ago Foreigners pick India for bargain sex-change operations  Times of India2 days ago

All cardiac surgeries possible in country: BSMMU Pro-VC

DHAKA, July 27, 2015 (BSS) - BSMMU Pro-Vice Chancellor (research and development) Professor Mohammad Shahidullah Sikder today said though cardiac surgeries are complex and costly, it is possible to perform the operations through the country's ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 week ago
Times of India

New test will detect HIV faster, minimise transfusion risk

Maharashtra will soon introduce a new test for HIV in order to reduce transfusion transmitted infections.Called the nucleic acid test (NAT), it is a test that detects HIV within four days of the infection being contracted. The present method to ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 weeks ago New test to detect HIV faster  Times of India1 week ago

When the feet are in trouble

The average person takes about 5,000 steps every day, which is classified as low level of activity. But if you happen to be suffering from plantar fasciitis, this is akin to climbing a mountain. Plantar fasciitis is a painful, degenerative ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
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