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Doctor from Mangaluru invited to check on patient in Zurich Switzerland

Published On : 19 Sep 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: Dr Devan P P, ENT consultant from Shilpa Healthcare Centre has been invited to go to Zurich, Switzerland to visit a patient suffering from Ménière's disease.

To date, six patients who have come to Shilpa Healthcare Centre, suffering from Ménière's disease are fully cured. As of now there is no cure for the disease. This is the third time Dr Devan has been invited internationally to visit patients.

Dr Devan is the recipient of two gold medals for outstanding research in South India ENT conference and his chapters in the internationally acclaimed American board certified textbook, emedicine is read nearly a thousand times a month by American doctors.

Dr Devan is also the professor and head of the ENT department at A J Medical College, Mangaluru.

 







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