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February 15th, 2007

Apollo to operate hospital in Yemen

Apollo group of hospitals and Hayel Saeed Anam group (HSA) will jointly run a $25-million `Apollo Hayel Super-specialty Hospital' at Taiz in Yemen by September this year.

The Apollo group would tie up with nanotechnology research institutes, Institute of Immunology and others for conducting the research. A few researchers from Harvard would work on it in Apollo's Hyderabad campus.


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