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Posted on : 07 Apr 2019
Category :  Success Story
 
 
 

Gurgaon, Haryana, India: Doctors at BMT Clinic treated a six-year-old Afghan girl, Hasnat, suffering from thalassemia major (also known as beta thalassemia), through Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT). The procedure, earlier known to treat some types of cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma, is now increasingly recognized as an effective treatment option for genetic blood diseases like thalassemia major.

Hasnat was diagnosed with thalassemia major when she was just six months old. With limited resources, inadequate knowledge about the disease and very basic medical facility, the revelation left the parents devastated and confused, not knowing what to do to save the life of their little girl. It was after five and a half years, which they spent in anxiousness ...

 
 
 
 
Posted on : 05 Apr 2019
Category :  Health Tips
 
 
 

Sickle cell anemia is a blood-related disease, which is hereditary and children get this disease from their parents.  The disease is found in Americans especially those whose origin is African. In this disease, the structure of hemoglobin is changed which makes the red blood cells stiff and the cells are converted into sickle form. Patients can go to BMT Clinic for the treatment.

The sickle cell treatment through many children has been treated successfully by bone marrow transplant. This therapy is not good for adults as it can result in the formation of toxins. The bone marrow, which is the cause of sickle cell disease, is destroyed with the help of che ...

 
 
 
 
Posted on : 02 Apr 2019
Category :  Health Tips
 
 
 

Sickle Cell Diseases

In today’busy and hectic schedule, where people do not have time for caring about their health which can cause lots of diseases to them which apparently affects their body and weak their health but sometimes they get busy in their life in such way that they even ignore the symptoms of the diseases and at last it doesn’t ends well and nowadays in world people are suffering from different disease even you haven’t listen about their names but now our technology has also get advanced through which there is a solution for every disease.

 

What is Sickle Cell Diseases?

Sickle cell diseases a disorder of hemoglobin it is the molecules which are present in red b ...

 
 
 
 
Posted on : 28 Feb 2019
Category :  Success Story
 
 
 

A six-year-old girl, Hasnat, from Afghanistan, was treated for thalassemia major (also known as Beta Thalassemia) through a bone marrow transplant from her five-year-old sister, at a Delhi hospital recently. The procedure, earlier known to treat cancers like leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma, is now increasingly recognized as an effective treatment option for genetic blood diseases.

Hasnat was diagnosed with thalassemia major when she was six-months-old. With limited resources, inadequate knowledge about the disease and basic medical facility, the parents waited confused about what needed to be done. It was after five and a half years, which they spent getting their daughter monthly blood transfusions, they decided to come to India for advanced treatment.

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Posted on : 21 Mar 2018
Category :  Health Tips
 
 
 

How much sugar is too much sugar?

Even one pack of M&M’s may be more than you should eat in a day, newly drafted guidelines from the World Health Organization suggest.

The WHO used to recommend that you get no more than 10% of your daily calories from sugar, but now they’re considering lowering that to 5%. For an average, healthy adult, that would mean 25 grams, or about six teaspoons of sugar per day. (That’s a little less than what you’d get from 10 Hershey’s Kisses. A single can of Coke has 39 grams of sugar.)

A teaspoon of sugar in your coffee or a half cup of ice cream won’t kill you – all things in moderation – but the average sugar intake in the U.S. is 22 teaspoons per person per day. That’s ...

 
 
 
 
Posted on : 09 Feb 2018
Category :  Success Story
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Posted on : 06 Feb 2018
Category :  Success Story
 
 
 

In 2014, Christiana Donkor, a young woman from Nigeria, struggled to walk a few blocks from her home to a bus stand on her way to the airport. Suitcase in hand, she moved at a snail’s pace as she experienced severe exhaustion due to a flare-up of her sickle cell disease. One step at a time, she finally made it, propelled by the hope of a new treatment that awaited her at the other end of her journey to India.

Than Christiana got to know about the treatment for Sickle Cell Anemia which is known as Bone Marrow Transplant through Medsurge India on Facebook through one of their campaign for Sickle Cell Aware ...

 
 
 
 

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