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12 ( ANI ): A mother-daughter duo suffering from Muscular Dystrophy embarked on a hunger strike demanding assistance from the Centre for medical treatment or permission to undergo euthanasia or mercy killing.
in northern Shan State, wounded members of the insurgent groups have been taken [across the border] to China to receive medical treatment.
More than a third of American women (37%) report that they or a member of their family put off medical treatment in the past year because of cost, compared with less than a quarter of U.
The minister said, medical treatment abroad is made available only for cases where such treatment is not available within the country.
Adel Zo'rob, 46, said that the Seed of Goodness initiative appeals to people to donate medicines and medical treatment and other medical services for patients who cannot afford them.
com not only gives patients an indicative estimate of cost of medical treatment in USA, India, Costa Rica, Malaysia, Thailand, Mexico and Korea but also helps patients and their families to discover and compare cost of medical treatment in India across some of the best hospitals.
The Government will today introduce the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Bill that will recognise advance care directives in legislation for the first time in Victoria, delivering on a key election promise.
The main cost of claims was for emergency medical treatment, with insurers paying more than PS196m on related expenses.
The medical tourism market is segmented on the basis of types of medical treatment provided and on the basis of geography.
Both discussed options to send ailing Pervez Musharraf abroad for medical treatment, hours after the former president was shifted to a military hospital in Rawalpindi after he suffered cardiac problem.
Ramallah: The Israeli Prison Service has decided to allow Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails medical treatment on the condition that those prisoners settle the relevant medical fees from their own money, the Palestinian Ministry of Detainees' Affairs has announced.
MANAMA: News reports claiming that Nabeel Rajab is being denied medical treatment and medicines has been dismissed as totally untrue.

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