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The survival story of Iraqi Patient who defeat Breast cancer
A woman from Iraq travelled to India for oncology treatment. She was in the third stage of cancer and shared her tale with us after a successful treatment in India.
A Story of a patient who traveled from Iraq to India for the breast cancer treatment, named Fatima age 32 years, mother of two and the survivor of breast cancer shares her story that how she fought it, and how Alshifa Healthcare Services provides the best medical services. Not that patient feels comfortable during the whole procedure, but the loved ones whom she relies are so satisfied with the service during the whole journey. Let's hear the Success story from the patient perspective
"First… It was my destiny to travel to India for therapy. I established touch with Alshifa Healthcare Services through brother Arshad, who was the driving force behind my treatment in one of India's premier hospitals. The hospital work was superb. Dr. Mohammad Bagher Khan,, my surgeon, is one of the best in India. In terms of interpretation and coordination, Mr. Arshad's skilled staff was with me during my whole time in the hospital, outside of the hospital, and throughout my travels to tourist attractions. His squad consists of pros. And they are really knowledgeable about their field. India's temperature is quite comfortable and attractive, and the country's landscape is breathtaking. After losing hope in Iraq, I received 100% success in my therapy. They informed you that there is no therapy for your leg and hand. But in India, I had all of the therapy, and with Allah's grace, I can walk on my own....my health is excellent. Here is my best wishes to everyone who is visiting this wonderful organization...which provides 100% facilities and services to its patients. And that is Alshifa Healthcare Service Pvt Ltd. under Sir Arshad's administration."
A Treatment Plan
Dr. revealed that Fatima's cancer was Stage 3, with positive estrogen receptor (ER), positive progesterone receptor (PR), and negative growth factor (HER2). As a result, she received chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation treatment. "I was overjoyed when I found out what stage my cancer was at and what my treatment choices were," she continued. "I said, OK, let's do this." Another aspect of Fatima and her husband's experience that they valued was the personalized quality of care they received, beginning with the receptionist who greeted them and continuing with their current oncologist, Mohammad Bagher Khan, M.D., assistant clinical professor in the Department of Medical Oncology & Therapeutics Research.
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