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These major key players in the medical tourism market offer various medical services such as medical treatment for gastrointestinal diseases, In vitro fertilization, orthopaedics, kidney diseases, cancers, interventional cardiology, bio-compatible artificial joints, plastic surgery, pulmonology, joint replacement and many more.
He informed that REDO is functioning on self help basis and millions of patients had been treated out of which most of them got medical treatment facilities free of cost.
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.
The Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics (CAPMAS) recently said that the number of Egyptians receiving medical treatment both at home and abroad, paid for at the expense of the government, increased 19.
The ministry issued a statement on Monday outlining the Israeli conditions to provide Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons with proper medical treatment.
He met with senior staff who confirmed that Mr Rajab is receiving medication on a regular basis, as well as medical treatment whenever he complains of any health problem.
Late in November, several thousand Mauritanian opposition supporters demonstrated in Nouakchott ahead of the return of President Abdel Aziz, who has been in France for medical treatment since he was shot in mid-October.
The paper argues that there is a consistent Israeli policy of distinguishing between life-threatening cases and cases that affect quality of life, as a basis to deny their exit from the Strip for medical treatment, which violates the principles of medical ethics and international law, a press release by Al-Mezan said.
The departure for medical treatment was made possible with support of the Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency.

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