Shaveta Dhanda was born with a deformed hand but did not let that stop her from attaining a Masters degree and starting her own company as an adult. She tells the story of how the loss of her parents compelled her to start a business that would help people find high quality healthcare at an affordable price. During the interview, Shaveta shares a story of how she helped her very first patient and how she has created a service built around compassion and trust that is patient centric. Additionally she shares how she founded the 361 Healthcare Group and another initiative to help people with organ transplant needs.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- How Shaveta’s experience with her own parents healthcare issues shaped how she works with the people she helps.
- The different kinds of medical treatments that are available in India
- The huge cost savings for world class care with Indian Doctors and facilities
- Learn about the 361 Healthcare Group that she also founded to help people all over the world find affordable healthcare
- Discover why she founded the Survivors organ transplant India Initiative to help provide hassle free transplants for patients with donors who have already been identified.
- The Punarnava Shaveta’s Medical Tourism Company
- Organ Transplant Facebook Page
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
Researchers develop sequencing platform that generates “clinical-grade” data from small amounts of tumor sample DNA
“A large team of researchers with members from several universities and hospitals in the U.S. has developed a sequencing platform that generates “clinical-grade” data using whole exome sequencing (WES) from small amounts of DNA extracted from clinical tumor samples. In their paper published in the journal Nature Medicine, the team describes their new method and how it might soon be used in routine clinical practice.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.