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June 8th, 2007

'We Plan to Set up Over 15 hospitals Across India by 2015'

Abstract:
Research will include a small and large animal facility to carry out advanced in-vivo and in-vitro research focused on cardio-vascular diseases and oncology. Later, it will include research in medicine, biotechnology, genomics, proteonomics, stem cell therapy and nanotechnology. Device development is still at a conceptual stage.

Medical education is a very important area for us. AHS will bring together the world's best faculty in medical, nursing, paramedical education and allied health training. Artemis will have collaborations with some of the finest medical universities in the world.

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