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Markets tumble, Jaitley reassures
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Markets tumble, Jaitley reassures

Previous story: Statement from Dr Prathap C Reddy, Chairman of Apollo Hospitals Shri Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam ji Next story: LS Secretariat seeks explanation from Vadra on his FB post Sensex and Nifty have crashed over fears of stricter norms ... APN News, 2 days ago

Nigeria: Private, Public Partnership Can Change Face of Health Care

Dr Prathap Chandra Reddy is a cardiologist, entrepreneur and founder of the Apollo group of hospitals. He was instrumental to shaping the private healthcare revolution in India. In this interview he speaks on how the private sector and hospitals ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago Private, Public Partnership Can Change Face of Health Care [opinion]  Individual.com2 weeks ago APOLLO HOSPITALS ENTERPRISE : Private, Public Partnership Can Change Face of Health Care  4 Traders2 weeks ago Each Generation Presents Its Unique Healthcare Challenges Reddy  Leadership1 month ago

My dream has always been to heal the sick— Prathap Reddy, Founder,

At the age of 50, when his contemporaries were getting set for, retirement, renowned cardiologist, entrepreneur and founder, Apollo Group of Hospitals, India, Dr. Prathap Chandra Reddy, was already revolutionising the healthcare industry in his ...
 Vanguard1 month ago APOLLO HOSPITALS ENTERPRISE : My Dream Has Always Been to Heal the Sick- - Prathap Reddy, Founder,  4 Traders1 month ago Nigeria: My Dream Has Always Been to Heal the Sick- - Prathap Reddy, Founder,  AllAfrica.com1 month ago
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Proton Therapy to make its entry in India

Apollo Hospital has tied up with the Radiation Oncology Department of the University of Washington to help develop best practices and treatment protocols for their Proton Center, which will be opened in 2017. If all goes well, cancer patients ...
 Odisha Samaya17 hours ago Apollo to offer proton therapy from 2017  Hindu Business Line1 day ago Proton therapy to bring about a sea change in cancer treatment, experts say  Times of India1 day ago Apollo Children's Hospitals Successfully Treats 12 year Old H1N1 Patient using ECMO; Doctors Call for Early Referrals for More Successful Outcomes  NewsR.in1 month ago

Pencil-thin Weapon to Combat Cancer

CHENNAI: Touted to be the pencil-thin behemoth that slays large tumours, proton therapy will finally make its entry into India in a 150-bed cancer hospital to be built by Apollo Hospitals on the Old Mahabalipuram Road (OMR). Making it official, ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago

Apollo begins ground work on proton beam therapy for cancer

CHENNAI: Apollo Hospitals, India's largest healthcare services provider, will import a proton beam machine from Belgium-based healthcare equipment maker IBA for particle beam therapy in cancer treatment, catching up with a movement in western nations ...
 Economic Times1 day ago

India Inc mourns demise of former President APJ Abdul Kalam

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: Indian industry on Tuesday condoled the demise of former President A P J Abdul Kalam describing him as a "visionary guide and mentor", whose death is an "irreparable loss to the nation". "APJ Abdul Kalam was a great ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago

Robotics Helped Apollo Children's Hospital Transform the Lives of 65 Children from India and Abroad

Apollo Children's Hospital has once again showcased its expertise and technical know-how on implementing some of the latest technologies for the benefit of patients. Surgeries performed at the Children's Hospital using the da Vinci robot provides ...
 Businessworld India1 week ago
New Indian Express

Apollo Plans to Add 800 Beds, Strengthen Retail Footprint

HYDERABAD: Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd is planning to increase its capacity by 25 per cent during the current fiscal. As part of the ongoing expansion, the hospitals major will add another 800 beds spanning three new hospitals this year. It ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Apollo Hospitals to increase capacity by 25%  Smart Investor1 week ago

'We were slapped first. Respect us as you would Indian women'

BENGALURU: "All we ask is that you respect us as you would any other Indian woman," said Abisodun Damilola, one of the six Nigerian women-students arrested for allegedly assaulting a BMTC conductor in a running bus on July 5. Almost two weeks after ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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