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A gift of good health on this World Health Day

IANS  |  New Delhi, a Pune based e-commerce platform that provides affordable medical services, has planned a gift of 'good health' for people across nine cities in India on the occasion of World Health Day on April 7.

A host of medical procedures, tests and packages will be available at "incredible discounts" on World Health Day for residents in Pune, Mumbai, Surat, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bardoli, Hyderabad, Aurangabad and Bangalore.

"People often overlook early signs of medical problems and delay diagnosis due to reasons like unaffordable medical costs and harrowing waiting queues. With these deals, we are encouraging people to not ignore their physical ailments and understand the importance of timely treatment," said CEO Anurav Rane.

Dental consultation, eye consultation, health check-ups, X-rays, IVF consultation, HIV test, cosmetic and ayurveda packages - can all be opted for startling prices. has joined hands with various doctors across the nine cities to encourage people to take timely action for any kind of physical or psychological ailments and treat them with extreme care.

Treatment under the World Health Day deal ranges from Rs.29 to Rs.200!

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First Published: Wed, April 06 2016. 18:50 IST