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CDC, Manipal company ink healthcare partnership in India

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20-Feb-17 CDC Group, the development finance institution owned by the UK government, and Manipal Education & Medical Group have tied up to launch a INR500 crore (USD75 mn) corpus to invest in healthcare services beyond conventional hospital services. This partnership will invest in innovative opportunities in India, Africa and South Asia. The platform will target services like diagnostics and home-care services. [image: CDC Group]

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AiMED, Invest India ink MoU to promote Indian medical devices sector

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17-Feb-17 The Association of Indian Medical Device Industry has inked an MoU with Invest India to promote manufacturing of medical devices and components in India. The team also aims to reach out to companies in major medical devices destinations like Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Italy, Israel, Germany and the US for technology sourcing and manufacturing JVs. [image: Martupdate]

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St. Luke's wants to lure more medical tourists to the Philippines

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17-Feb-17 The Philippines is poised to become one of the world's top medical tourism destinations in the next 10 years, as the government completes its infrastructure build. The country currently ranks behind Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, said St. Luke's Medical Center president Edgardo Cortez. About 98 percent of medical tourists in the Philippines are currently from Guam, he said. [image: ABS-CBN News / St. Luke's]

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India should strengthen its diagnostic capabilities

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16-Feb-17 SLifestyle diseases are an epidemic in India. The earlier a disease is diagnosed, the more likely it can be cured or managed. That's because medical diagnostic tests intervene and help prevention at a stage when treatment and cure is possible. This makes continued innovation in diagnosis supremely important for delivering better health delivery standards and a healthier, disease free population. [image: PATH]

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