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Story of Elavan

Submitted by prerna.sharma@… on Fri, 07/19/2024 - 16:48

The video is about the story of a young boy Elavan from Mauritius who had suffered a dislocation in his
Cl and C2 vertebrates due to a fall whose treatment was not possible in Mauritius and therefore, had to
visit Fortis Hospital, Mulund, for the treatment.
 

Fri, 07/19/2024 - 16:48
Don't Delay Your Fight: Fortis Anandapur Offers Safe, Comprehensive Cancer Care

Timely diagnosis is crucial in the fight against cancer. At Fortis Hospital Anandapur, your health and safety are our top priorities. We understand that acting quickly can make all the difference in successful cancer treatment.

 

Here's why Fortis Anandapur is your trusted partner in comprehensive oncology care:

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Don't let delays compromise your well-being. Visit Fortis Hospital Anandapur, your Guardian of Health, and take control of your fight against cancer.

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