he disturbing challenges Kenyans face while seeking treatment in India…There is hope

ndia has over 450 hospitals that are accredited by the government of India and 18 hospitals that are Joint Commission International JCI accredited

Source: Tuko.co.ke

Many Kenyans are known to seek cheaper cancer and related treatment in India where various success stories have been documented – Cancer is among the major killer diseases in Kenya owing majorly to a shortage of specialised care – It is believed that there are very good hospitals in India even in streets from where patients can save between 30-40% without compromising on quality When illness knocks, you have no option but to open the door and deal with it as quickly as possible. You do not question or bargain.


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