Indian medical delegation boosts Myanmar’s healthcare services

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The Indian medical delegation is pictured during their visit to Myanmar Hospital.

Indian Medical Delegation visited Myanmar from 6 to 10 May with the aim of assisting Myanmar medical services in enhancing understanding, training, and setting up a “Liver Transplant and Gastroenterology Department” at Myanmar Hospital. During this visit, Indian and Myanmar delegates discussed liver transplant experiences, various medical cooperations, and specific assistance with training aids for capability development. This initiative will enhance the capabilities and capacities of Myanmar medical services to provide better healthcare facilities in the future. — MNA

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