India has highly skilled and qualified Haematologists and Bone Marrow transplant surgeons.
Low cost of medicine, treatments and surgery.
Transplant is at par with international standards.
Availability of latest and best in class technology enabled equipments.
Most affordable medical consultation, medical tests, screening, medicine, treatments and surgery
Most advanced medical tests, treatments and surgeries.
India has approximately 3000 haematologist.
There are about 2760 licensed blood banks in India.
Several colleges are offering excellent training in clinical Haematology and many hospitals are offering board certification in haematology in India.
India has the largest number of physicians, super specialists, nurses and support staff in the world.
India is having 500 nationally and internationally accredited hospitals.
Weakness/loss of energy (Anaemia), Bleeding/purpura (Thrombocytopenia), Repeated infections/boils (Neutropenia), Pancytopenia (combination of above) in aplastic anaemia, Leukaemia, Swollen leg ( Deep Venous Thrombosis – DVT), Weight loss/ loss of appetite ( Blood cancer, Leukaemia), Bone pain/ bone fracture ( Multiple Myeloma), Lymphadenopathy ( Lymphoma,/ Hodgkin’s Lymphoma), Splenomegaly (CML, Lymphoma, Myelofibrosis, infections, fever), Joint bleeding/ rare site of bleeding (Haemophilia), Excessive menstrual bleeding (No obvious Gynaec.cause), Increased haemoglobin ( Polycythaemia), Excessive platelet count ( Thrombocytosis), Excessive WBC count ( Chronic Leukaemia like CLL), Excessive eosinophil count (Eosinophilia), Warfarin monitoring with INR & adice on thrombophilia screening, Pyrexia of unknown origin (fever for 1-2 weeks and not responding), Thalassemia/ sickle cell anaemia, Blood Transfusion problems, Pregnancy related haematology problem/DIC, etc .
Bone Marrow Transplants procedures:
Transplant for non-malignant conditions, Aplastic Anemia, Thalassaemia Major, Transplant for malignant conditions, Multiple Myeloma (MM), Non-hodgkins and Hodgkin’s lymphoma, Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL), Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML)