Category Archives: Medical Tourism

Pakistani Man Thanks Sushma Swaraj for Timely Help After His Son Successfully Undergoes Heart Surgery at Noida Hospital

By | July 19, 2017

After successful treatment of the four-month-old Pakistani baby, Rohaan who was earlier promised treatment by the External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj at a hospital in Noida, his father Mr. Kamal Siddiqui said that today his child’s heart beats for Swaraj. Further he humbly requested the minister to open the doors for those Pakistanis who have… Read More »

Why patient come from Sudan for Cancer Treatment in India : writers Opinion

By | June 11, 2016

Growing burden of cancer worldwide is a matter of great concern yet it continues to receive low priority in Africa, specifically in Sudan. The main reasons for this includes the limited health resources, political unrest and other pressing public health issues such as infectious diseases. Additionally, the lack of awareness about the magnitude of cancer… Read More »

10 reasons to choose Forerunners Healthcare for your medical tourism and treatment in India

By | May 29, 2014

Both private and public sectors in India are competing to make India the future international hub of Medical tourism care. For the last decade, India has been known throughout the world for their expertise in information technology, software, outsourcing, and business services. Next up is sure to be Medical tourism. India, with its extensive labor… Read More »

Medical Tourism India – A cure just miles away

By | April 2, 2014

‘Medical Tourism in India’ are four little words that give a whole new meaning to the concept of healthcare facilities with cost-effectiveness, quality health and efficient human resources, in a foreign land.  Medical tourism is a growing sector in India with an expectant annual growth rate of 30%, becoming a $2 billion industry by 2015.… Read More »