Aster to provide free liver transplant services to 10 underprivileged Yemeni patients

Aster to provide free liver transplant services to 10 underprivileged Yemeni patients

Mumbai: Aster MIMS and Aster Medicity have signed an agreement with the Yemen Embassy to provide free liver transplant services to ten underprivileged Yemeni Patients.

This partnership was made official in the presence of HE Abdulmalik Abdullah Al-Eryani, Ambassador of the Embassy of the Republic of Yemen, and Dr. Anes Hasan, Medical Counsellor of the Yemen Embassy in India, formally signing the agreement in Delhi.

As part of the agreement, Aster will facilitate liver transplants for patients suffering from chronic liver disease. The funds for their treatment would be borne by Dr Moopen's

Foundation and other charity organizations. The embassy will identify and endorse these patients' financial status and recommend them to Aster for liver transplant. The complete treatment cost will be borne by Aster. Patients just have to bear their travel and logistics expenses during their stay in India. Apart from this, Aster will also provide a special discounted package for other patients from Yemen requiring liver transplants.

 

Courtesy: https://health.economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/hospitals/aster-to-provide-free-liver-transplant-services-to-10-underprivileged-yemeni-patients/90980515

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