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Indian Doctors Fly in for Cancer and Children Ailments



Wings of Rescue Limited

Wings of Rescue Limited offers free consultation on cancer and all forms of children ailment.

We are bringing Senior Consultants in Oncology (Cancer) and Paediatric (Children) from Jaypee Hospital, India for a free consultation on the 8th and 9th of July, 2017 and there would be subsequent surgical procedures by same doctors in August.

The Paediatric Surgeon would attend to all children cases while the Oncology Surgeon would attend to all cancer cases.

Please come along with all Medical Reports.

Day 1: Saturday, July 8th, 2017
Venue: Tonajib Hospital and Maternity Home,
No. 46, Maria Ibironke Street, Ikotun, Alimosho, Lagos.

Day 2: Sunday, July 9th, 2017
Venue: OLIVE Multi-Specialist Hospitals, Plot 6, Block 1A, Rock Drive,
Central Business District, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

Click here to register

For further enquiries kindly call Dara on 08143470716


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  1. Anonymous

    July 2, 2017 at 11:54 am

    “How are the mighty fallen”. When I was a child, an Indian masters degree was the equivalent of a Nigerian first degree. Now they bring their Technicians to run our clinics. Does anyone bother to do a background check on these Indian doctors before treating them like royalty?

    • Anonymous

      July 3, 2017 at 12:02 pm

      True talk oga but when our hospitals and government have failed us due to poor Medical facilities of course our next point of call is India. So many people are dying in our hospitals as a result of poor health facilities and this has made doctors handicapped even though they are willing to do their best.
      I am sure the MDCN views the credentials of these Indian doctors before letting them in.
      Even our president is in London receiving medical treatment.
      I dream that one day Nigeria would be a medical hub for West Africa and Africa as a whole

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