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Urological Cancer Treatment in India for Africans

Posted by: Madison on May 20th, 2014 no responses.

Urologic cancer is a collective term used for cancers affecting the prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicles. With lack of treatment options available in the continent, traveling to India for urology cancer treatment can be a good option for Africans.


Benefits of Having Your Cancer Treatment in India

  • A Urology Cancer Treatment in India major advantage of choosing to have your urological cancer surgery in India is the tremendous savings you enjoy as treatment costs here are much lower than in the west.
  • And these cost savings won’t come at the expense of quality; we will facilitate your cancer treatment at one of the leading hospitals of the country which has carved a niche for itself among international patients with its caring staff and competent doctors.
  • Your urological cancer treatment can be scheduled at a desired time minus the waiting period.
  • English-speaking doctors and hospital staff ensure you enjoy smooth communication while your stay.
  • The hospital we, at Quality Surgery India, are associated with receives a number of international patients every year. The hospital staff members understand your specific needs and make your experience less intimidating by making you feel at home.
  • Regular flights connecting New Delhi with the major African cities such as Addis Ababa, Accra, Lusaka, Dar es Salaam, Lagos, Bujumbura, and Harare makes your experience an easy one.


Top Hospital for Your Treatment

We work with a Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited hospital which is part of an international chain. The hospital is advantageously located just about 250km from New Delhi, which makes it apt for medical tourists from Africa. Here is an overview of the hospital:

  • Dedicated oncology department run by the country’s most experienced team of uro-oncologists
  • State-of-the-art facilities
  • Laparoscopic and robot-assisted urological procedures
  • Specialists in medical and surgical oncology, and radiation therapy
  • Complete assistance to foreign patients provided by the International Patient Service Department
  • Complimentary services, such as FREE Wi-Fi access and ground transportation between the airport and the hospital
  •  English-speaking support staff; arrangements for language translators can also be made
  • Numerous patient amenities, such as well-furnished and comfortable patient rooms, blood bank, ATM, money exchange, departmental store, medical store, 24- hour cafeteria, etc.
  • Full attention to the specific nutritional needs of patients


Treatments Offered

  • Retroperitoneal Lymph Node Dissection (RPLND): Comfy Hospital Room; JCI-accredited Hospital (inset) Removal of the lymph nodes present in the abdomen to treat cancers of the testes as well as to establish their stage.
  • Radical Cystectomy: It involves complete removal of the bladder for treating cancers that have spread to the bladder wall or to treat recurrent cancer. In case of men, the prostate may also be removed. In case of women, the cervix, uterus, ovaries and a part of the vagina are also removed.
  • Neobladder Reconstruction: This procedure refers to the construction of a new bladder after a radical cystectomy. The new bladder is built out of an isolated section of the intestine.
  • Transurethral Resection of the Bladder Tumor (TURBT): This procedure is used for diagnosis of bladder cancer and also for removing cancerous cells from the bladder. A resectoscope removes cancerous cells for biopsy and also burns the remaining cancerous cells.


Medical Travel Guide

Potential medical tourists from Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, and other parts of Africa contemplating India for urologic cancer treatment will find the following travel-related information useful:

  • Once you confirm your visit to the hospital for your treatment, the hospital authorities will send a visa requisition letter to your country’s Indian embassy.
  • If you enter the country on a medical visa, make sure you register yourself with the Foreigner’s Regional Registration Office within two weeks of your arrival.
  • A medical visa is initially valid for a period of one year or the duration of the treatment, whichever is shorter.
  • A medical attendant visa is granted to those who will accompany the patient.
  • The hospital is located in the north of the country; plan your visit during the period from October to February which marks winters in the north.
  • It will take you about 5 hours by road to reach the hospital from the New Delhi international airport; you will be given gratis airport-hospital ground transfer.
  • To circumvent the road journey from the New Delhi airport to the hospital, you can take a connecting flight to Chandigarh. It will take you just about 20 minutes from the domestic airport servicing Chandigarh to get to the hospital.


Urology cancer surgery in India gives Africans a chance to get their life back on track. Substantial cost difference with the west, ease of obtaining surgical appointments sans the wait-times, hospitable staff, and absence of language barriers make for a comfortable and hassle-free medical trip.


Get a FREE Quote and more information on urological cancer treatment by submitting the estimate-request form on the right.


Bone Marrow Transplant in India for Africans

Posted by: Emily on May 17th, 2014 no responses.

Bone Marrow Transplant in India for Africans With only two bone marrow registries in Africa—one in Nigeria and the other in South Africa—and only three African countries   having the requisite technology for harvesting and transplanting bone marrow, traveling to India, which has state-of-the-art hospitals and competent doctors, for a bone transplant becomes a good choice.


Overview of Bone Marrow Transplant

  • Bone marrow transplant offers hope to people suffering from blood cancers, such as leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma, and even benign disorders, such as Aplastic Anemia and Thalassaemia.
  • Bone marrow is a sponge-like tissue found inside the empty regions of the bones.
  • It consists of stem cells that produce blood cells, which further make up the red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.
  • Any damage to the bone marrow which inhibits its ability to produce normal blood cells may warrant a transplant.
  • A transplant may also be required in cases in which bone marrow has been destroyed after chemotherapy and/or radiation.
  • Two of the procedures commonly used are Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) and Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplant (PBSCT).
  • There are three kinds of BMT:
    • Autologous transplant, in which stem cells are removed from your body before your chemo or radiation therapy, and are cryopreserved for later use.
    • Allogeneic BMT, in which stem cells are removed from your perfect genetic match (usually your brother or sister).  Your parents, children, or relatives may also be a good match. You can look for unrelated donors in the bone marrow registries.
    • Umbilical cord blood transplant, which involves removal of stem cells from the baby’s umbilical cord right after her birth. These are then frozen and stored for future use. As umbilical cord blood cells are not very mature, these do not have a great need for matching.


Collection of Donor Stem Cells

There are two ways of collecting donor stem cells:

  • Bone Marrow Harvest: This involves removal of bone marrow from the rear portion of the hip bones. The quantity of bone marrow that needs to be harvested depends on the recipient’s body weight.
  • Leukapheresis: This procedure lasts for about 5 days, in which shots are given to the donor to make the stem cells in the bone marrow travel from the hollows of the bones to the blood stream. Blood is then removed through an IV line. A machine removes the white blood cells, which contain the stem cells, for later use.


Learn About the Hospital

JCI-accredited Hospital Near Delhi The hospital in India under our network for bone marrow transplant boasts impressive credentials. Here is a sneak-peek:

  • The hospital follows international standards of treatment, safety, and hygiene; the fact that it is accredited by the American body – Joint Commission International (JCI) makes it an easy decision for potential medical tourists to choose the facility.
  • It is less than 200 miles from the international airport servicing New Delhi; its strategic location in North India makes it a good choice for African medical tourists.
  • It occupies a prime position in the country’s medical tourism map; already receiving a number of international patients from all nooks and crannies, the hospital is sensitive to your needs.
  • The hospital has a dedicated bone marrow/stem cell transplantation department:
    • It is a 4-bed facility featuring High-efficiency Particulate Air or HEPA filtered transplant unit
    • Competent team of Hematology and Stem Cell Transplant specialists with global exposure
    • Compassionate staff ensuring round-the-clock care
    • The hospital believes in enhancing its patient experience, and hence provides a host of services:
      • Complimentary pick-up from the New Delhi international airport
      • Complete visa assistance
      • Other travel-related assistance
      • Help in hotel bookings
      • Services of language interpreters
      • International Patient Coordinator and Guess Relations Executive to take care of all your needs
      • FREE Wi-Fi access
      • ATM and currency changer


Getting There

  • The hospital is about 160 miles from the Indira Gandhi International Airport at Delhi.
  • We provide gratis airport-hospital ground transfers.
  • You can also circumvent the 160-mile road journey by taking a connecting flight to Chandigarh.
  • The domestic airport serving Chandigarh is just about 7 miles from the JCI-accredited hospital.
  • Average flight times between the major African cities and Delhi are as follows:




Flight Duration

Kigali, Rwanda (KGL)

12 hours 50 minutes

Entebbe, Uganda (EBB)

11 hours

Nairobi, Kenya (NBO)

7 hours 30 minutes

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (DAR)

10 hours 50 minutes

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (ADD)

6 hours 40 minutes

Harare, Zimbabwe (HRE)

14 hours

Lusaka, Zambia (LUN)

14 hours 15 minutes

Accra, Ghana (ACC)

15 hours



For Africans in need of bone marrow transplant, India offers a unique mix of quality care for just a fraction of the prices charged in the West. Additionally, one gets to schedule ones surgery without any wait-times. Highly experienced doctors and caring staff well conversant in English make your experience away from home an easy one.


For more information, get in touch with us through the online quote-form on the right.


Prostate Cancer Treatment in India for Africans

Posted by: Emily on May 14th, 2014 no responses.

Prostate Cancer Treatment in India for Africans Prostate cancer is known to affect 300 per 100,000 African males. These rates are similar to the prostate prevalence rates among African Americans who are known to have the highest incidence in the world.


Lack of adequate treatment options makes prostate cancer treatment in India a good choice for Africans. The country has earned itself a reputation for being a value-for-money destination for people looking for quality yet affordable medical care.


Premier JCI-accredited Hospital for Cancer Treatment

Our network hospital, where we facilitate prostate cancer surgery in India for African patients, boasts international standards of care and has been attracting medical tourists from all parts of the world. Here is a brief overview of the hospital:

  • Joint Commission International (JCI, USA) accredited facility
  • All-inclusive cancer treatment program covering all aspects of treatment, right from diagnosis to rehabilitation
  • A team of highly experienced doctors practicing medical and surgical oncology, and radiation therapy
  • Cancer care services further boosted by psychology, nutrition, palliative care, and other ancillary departments
  • Complete medical tourism assistance offered by the hospital’s international patient services department
  • Complimentary ground transfers between the hospital and the Indira Gandhi International Airport (code: DEL) in New Delhi, which is only about 5 hours away
  • Numerous amenities for your comfortable stay, including cafeteria, FREE Wi-Fi Internet access, pharmacy, etc.
  • Caring and hospitable staff proficient in English and the regional languages



Startling Prostate Cancer Statistics

  • Eight out of 10 men in Ghana will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
  • Prostate cancer rates in Nigeria may be of the same magnitude as among African Americans, which may indicate a similar genetic disposition.
  • Incidence in Zimbabwe adjusted to age is 35 per 100,000 cases. 


What Makes India a Suitable Destination?

  • Significant cost savings as Directions to Radiology Department; Hospital Close to Delhi in India (inset) prostate cancer treatment prices in India are much lower than in the western countries
  • Smooth communication free of linguistic barriers as the doctors here are proficient in English
  • International-level care at a well-equipped hospital despite the low price-tag
  • No wait times before you get your prostate cancer treatment scheduled
  • Good flight connectivity between the major African cities and the closest international airport (in Delhi) to the hospital


Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

Prostate cancer is a result of out-of-control multiplication of prostate cells which then form a mass or a tumor. Prostate is a small gland resembling a walnut that produces seminal fluid, which provides nourishment to the sperm and helps transport it. The following are the treatment options for prostate cancer:

  • Radiation Therapy – Killing the prostate cancer cells with high-power energy. X-rays or protons are used to target the cancer cells.
  • Brachytherapy – It is a form of internal radiation in which tiny radioactive seeds almost the size of a rice grain are placed into the prostate tissue. These radioactive seeds will keep releasing small doses of radiation over a period of time.
  • Hormone Therapy – This involves cutting off hormonal supply (usually testosterone) to the cancer cells which may slow down their growth or result in their death. Hormone therapy may involve medications that completely stop the production of testosterone or block its supply to the cancer cells. The testicles may also be removed surgically in a process known as orchiectomy to reduce the production of testosterone.
  • Robotic Radical Prostatectomy – It is a minimally invasive procedure that involves removal of the prostate along with the surrounding tissue and some of the lymph nodes. Learn more on robotic radical prostatectomy in India here.
  • Cryosurgery – This involves freezing the prostate tissues to kill the cancer cells.
  • Chemotherapy – This procedure involves killing the rapidly growing cells (including cancer cells) with the aid of drugs. It is usually used for treating prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body. It is also resorted to when the cancer doesn’t respond to hormonal treatment.


Useful Info and Tips for Medical Tourists

  • Africans planning to travel on a medical visa to the country will have to provide their latest financial statements along with referral letters issued by the hospital where their prostate cancer treatment will be facilitated.
  • A referral letter from a local doctor or hospital also needs to be furnished when applying for a medical visa.
  • The average flight duration between the major African cities and New Delhi is as follows:




Flight Duration

Kigali International Airport (IATA: KGL), Rwanda

11 hours 45 minutes

Entebbe International Airport (IATA: EBB), Uganda

11 hours

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (IATA: NBO), Nairobi, Kenya

7 hours 30 minutes

Julius Nyerere International Airport (IATA: DAR), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

10 hours 40 minutes

Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (IATA: ADD), Ethiopia

6 hours 40 minutes

Harare International Airport (IATA: HRE), Zimbabwe

14 hours

Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (IATA: LUN), Lusaka, Zambia

13 hours 35 minutes

Kotoka International Airport (IATA: ACC)

15 hours


  • The months from April to July are marked with intense summers; the monsoon season runs from July to mid-September; the period from October to March marks the winter season and is the ideal time to visit the country.
  • Make sure you drink only bottled water as tap water here may not be potable.


Africans can get respite from prostate cancer by getting treatment in India at one of the internationally accredited hospitals we have networked with. Absence of language barriers and wait times, and low treatment costs help make their medical journey an easy one.


Contact us through the online quote-form on the right for the cost of prostate cancer surgery and other information.


Brain and Spinal Cord Tumor Treatment in India

Posted by: Jesse on May 13th, 2014 no responses.

Brain and spinal cord tumor treatment in India is now more affordable than you thought. Africans suffering from brain and spinal cord cancers can head towards Chandigarh, India, where we have networked with a top-rated hospital to provide cancer treatments at affordable prices.


Brain and Spinal Cord Tumor can be adult onset or discovered early in childhood, and the treatment for both is different.  Brain and Spinal Cord Cancer Treatment in India


Tests to be Performed


  • Physical Exam and Medical History: Full body examination to check for lumps or any other signs of the disease is conducted. A medical history is also taken to assess patient’s health habits and past illnesses.
  • Neurological exam: The doctor will ask some questions to assess the functioning of a patient’s brain, spinal cord, and nerve function. This exam will give the doctor an idea about the co-ordination of patient’s different systems, his ability to walk, the functioning of his muscles and senses.
  • PET scan (positron emission tomography scan): This will help find the presence and position of malignant tumor cells in the body.
  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging): Performed with magnet, radio waves, and a computer to study the inside of the brain and spinal cord in detail.
  • Lumbar puncture: To collect cerebrospinal fluid around the brain and spinal cord and check for protein level and signs of cancer in it.



Depending upon your case, the doctor may also advise a CT scan, angiogram, a biopsy, etc.


African patients who already have reports of any or all of the above tests are advised can mail them to us in advance so we can ask for the doctor’s opinion.


Treatment Options


The treatment varies from person to person. Generally the treatment options for brain and spinal cord tumors are:  Hospital for Cancer Treatments in India

  • Neurosurgery
  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiotherapy

A team of doctors specialized in Brain and Spinal Cord treatments as well as cancer treatments— neurologist, oncologist, pathologist, neuro-oncologist, neuroradiologist, neurosurgeon, radiation oncologist— will perform the treatment after thoroughly studying your reports.


The surgeries are performed at one of India’s top hospitals that is accredited by the JCI and the NABH.


What are the chances of recovery?


Again, each case is different and the chances of any person’s recovery depend upon several factors:

  • The tumor/cancer type
  • Tumor size and location
  • Disease stage at the time of diagnosis
  • Patient’s age
  • Patient’s general health

Besides, the way a body responds to any treatment is different for different individuals, so an absolutely defined prognosis is not made in cancer cases.


The diagnosis of a cancer is traumatic enough, and no one wants to deal with the trouble of arranging finances for an exorbitantly priced medical treatment. Africans can find affordable brain and spinal cord cancer treatment in India and get a new life with the treatment.


For more information and a FREE quote for brain and spinal cord cancer treatment in India for Africans, fill-out the estimate-request form on the right.


Gastrointestinal Cancer Treatment in India for Africans

Posted by: Jerome on May 12th, 2014 no responses.

Gastrointestinal Cancer Treatment in India for Africans Gastrointestinal (GI) cancers affect the organs of the digestive system. These include cancers of the pancreas, stomach, esophagus, and liver.


Gastrointestinal cancer treatment in India gives Africans a unique opportunity to combat the debilitating disease at internationally accredited hospitals, with treatments costing much lower than in other countries having the expertise and infrastructure to combat cancer.



There are numerous benefits that Africans can reap by choosing to have their GI cancer surgery in the country. Here is a quick run-down of them:

  • Cancer treatment costs in the country are substantially lower than in the western countries
  • Africans get quality care, despite paying just a fraction of the prices charged in other countries
  • We facilitate gastrointestinal cancer treatment at a leading hospital of the country which is a prime destination for African medical tourists
  • Lack of language barriers, thanks to English-speaking doctors and staff, enhances the overall experience of the medical tourists
  • Ease of obtaining treatment appointments with no wait-times involved and quick patient turnover rates are the other advantages of having your gastric cancer treatment in India


Gastric Cancer Treatment Options


One of the following surgical methods may be used to treat your gastrointestinal cancer:

  • Burning away the tumor with electric current in a process known as fulguration
  • Freezing the abnormal tissues to destroy them in a process known as cryosurgery
  • Removing the cancerous part of the organ in a process known as resection
  • Killing cancerous cells with high energy radio waves emitted by the small electrodes of a special probe



  • Alternatively known as radiation therapy, this treatment option involves killing cancerous cells with high-energy waves.
  • Your radiation oncologist and physicist will plan the course of your treatment to minimize radiation to your important organs and maximize it to the desired area


  • Drugs are injected either intravenously or using a catheter into the bloodstream to pass throughout the body
  • Chemotherapy may be used to destroy cancer cells that remain after surgery or regulate their growth and help the patient get respite from the symptoms


Target Therapy

  • It stops the formation of new blood vessels in the cancer cells
  • It obstructs substances required for the growth of the tumor
  • Though mainly used for treating colorectal cancers, target therapy is also used for pancreatic and liver cancers


Sneak-peek Into the Hospital

Well-equipped JCI-accredited Indian Hospital Our network hospital where we facilitate stomach, pancreatic and liver cancer treatment in India for Africans has been providing quality care for more than 13 years. Take a look at the hospital highlights:

  • Accredited by US-based Joint Commission International (JCI)
  • State-of-the-art facility with the latest technology and equipment
  • A dedicated department of oncology featuring:
    • Well-experienced and competent team of medical and surgical oncologists and radiation therapists
    • Radiation oncology programs, such as High Dose Radiotherapy (HDR), Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT), among others
    • Specialized oncology surgery (both natural and laparoscopic) for GI cancers
  • Complete help with visa and travel
  • Special international patient service team to assist you in your medical trip
  • English-speaking staff ensuring a smooth communication with no language impediments
  • Language translator services can also be arranged
  • Airport pick-up facility for absolutely free
  • Well-appointed and clean hospital accommodation
  • Assistance in booking hotel or guest house for your stay before and after your hospitalization
  • FREE Wi-Fi Internet access


Tips for Your Medical Trip in India

Africans traveling to India for stomach cancer treatment will find it easy to plan for their medical trip with the aid of the following information:

  • Plan your trip from October to mid-March to escape the relentless heat and monsoons that lash the north of the country during the other times of the year.
  • Quick language guide in Hindi (the most widely spoken language of the country)which will be of help outside the hospital, in case you hit a language roadblock:
    • Namaste (greetings and goodbye)
    • Madud karre (help me!)
    • Maaf karrre (sorry/excuse me)
    • Paani peen eke liye (drinking water)
    • Mirchi kum (keep it less spicy)
    • Samajh nahi aa raha (can’t understand)
    • Angrezi may baat karre (talk in English)
  • To apply for a medical visa, you will need to provide a letter of reference issued by the Indian hospital where your GI cancer treatment will be done as well as from a local doctor/hospital.
  • Hitchhiking or accepting a car ride from strangers is a big no-no.
  • From March 2014 onwards, it is compulsory for visitors from Kenya, Somalia, Nigeria, and Ethiopia to have oral polio vaccination (OPV) six weeks before they travel to the country.
  • If you are from a country with risk of yellow fever virus transmission, you will need to present a certificate showing you have yellow fever vaccination.
  • The Indira Gandhi International Airport serving New Delhi is about 5 hours by road from the hospital; we will provide you complimentary airport-hospital transfers.

Potential medical travelers from Kenya, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Ghana will find colorectal and GI cancer treatment in India a good option if they have quality care along with savings on their mind.


For more information, get in touch with us through the FREE Quote-form on the right.


Lung Cancer Treatment in India for Africans

Posted by: Jesse on May 8th, 2014 no responses.

Lung cancer treatment in India can be a good option for Africans who have been diagnosed with the dreaded disease and do not know where to go. The tumor appears silently and continues to grow, making the situation quite grave even before it can be detected on imaging tests such as x-rays.

Cancer treatments in India are relatively cheap and the doctors here are highly experienced.


Cost of Lung Cancer Treatments in India


There is no definite estimate for the cost of lung cancer treatment in India as the treatment and the prices depend upon the cancer stage and kind of treatment advised by the doctor.   Imaging Tests for Lung Cancer Detection - India

In general, medical treatments in India are 50-90 percent cheaper as compared to the West.


Types of Lung Cancer

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

This comprises about 80-90 percent of all lung cancers and can be discovered in any of the four stages:

Stage I: Confined to the lung

Stage II & Stage III: Slightly spread but confined to the chest

Stage IV: Spread to other parts


Small Cell Lung Cancer

This is largely associated with a history of smoking and accounts for about 10-20 percent of all lung cancer cases.


If discovered at a very early stage, it can be found confined to the bronchi near the center of the chest or spread widely through the body slightly later.


Fewer than 5 percent of cases are of slow growing carcinoid tumors or other tumors of the lung, which can be surgically excised.


Lung Cancer Symptoms

Lung cancers are known to progress silently without showing any symptoms until in a fairly advanced stage. The symptoms can include:

  • Persistent cough
  • Hoarseness of voice
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Blood-streaked sputum
  • Recurring bronchitis or pneumonia
  • Unexplained weight loss and loss of appetite


Diagnosis & Treatment

If you or someone known to you has been detected with lung cancer, you can start with sending the reports of your tests conducted back home. X-rays, CT-scans, MRIs, are all done to confirm the location of the diseased area. If something is detected there, the doctor may order: Neat room in the healthcare inn

  • An analysis of the sputum sample
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Fine needle aspiration or biopsy


The treatments offered for lung cancer are:

Surgery – Depending upon the affected area, a small section, an entire big section, or the complete lung is removed.

Chemotherapy – For cases where the tumor is determined to be in a slightly advanced stage, drugs are administered.

Radiotherapy – Where surgery is not permissible, radiotherapy may be considered.


Any of the above techniques or a combination of these may be used, depending upon the cancer type and stage. The treatment plan to be followed for lung cancer can be determined only after thoroughly examining the reports of your tests.


Going to India for Lung Cancer Treatment

India has a robust medical care system with a large number of doctors and cancer specialists added to its pool every year. These cancer treatments are offered at one of the country’s top hospital, which has:

  • Well-equipped ICUs and CCUs with patient-to-nurse ratio of 1:1
  • 24-hour laboratory accredited by the NABL
  • A healthcare inn with 30 well-furnished rooms for patients and their attendants
  • A café that serves meals and snacks all day and night
  • Other facilities such as laundry services, car rental, etc.
  • A dedicated patient welfare department

The hospital is accredited by local and international organizations such as the NABH and the JCI, meaning it has to maintain its high standards of patient care and service.


Lung cancer treatments in India for the residents of Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, and other African countries is available at low prices via Quality Surgery India.


For more information and a FREE quote on lung cancer treatment in India, please fill-out the estimate-request form on the right.


Breast Cancer Treatment in India for Africans

Posted by: Madison on May 8th, 2014 no responses.

Breast Cancer Surgery in India for Africans Lack of infrastructure, incompetence, and inadequate screening programs are the bane of African breast cancer patients.


With breast cancer surgery in India, residents of Africa can put up a tough fight against the debilitating disease knowing that they will be in experienced hands that will make use of the latest technology and treatment methods to vanquish cancer.


What is Breast Cancer?

  • Breast cancer refers to a malignant tumor that begins in the breast cells.
  • A malignant tumor refers to a cluster of cancer cells that invade the tissues around it and divide and grow unregulated.
  • This malignant tumor may also metastasize (spread to other parts of the body).
  • Majority of the cancers originate in the ductal cells.
  • Some breast cancers also originate in the cellular lining of the lobules.
  • Some of the common symptoms of breast cancer are:
    • A new lump in the armpit or breast
    • Thickened or swollen up breast
    • Skin irritation or dimpling of the breast
    • Discharge, apart from milk, from the nipple
    • Pain  in the breast area


Treatment Options

  • Medical Oncology – Use of cytotoxic, anti-neoplastic drugs (chemotherapy) to either reduce the cancer or kill it.
  • Radiation Oncology – Killing cancer cells using high energy rays.
  • Surgical Oncology – Surgical removal of the cancer tissue.
  • Hormonal Therapy – Blockage of hormones that aid the growth of cancer cells.


Why India?

Breast cancer patients from Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ghana, and other parts of Africa considering treatment in India will reap the following benefits of undertaking their medical trip:

  • Access to quality breast cancer surgery and other treatment options for a small percentage of prices charged in the West
  • Timely scheduling of your breast cancer treatment with zero wait times
  • Treatment at a prime hospital with international accreditation and all the modern facilities
  • Welcoming hospital staff sensitive to the needs of international patients
  • No or minimal communication problems, thanks to English-speaking doctors and staff


Breast Cancer Africa – Some Startling Facts


  • Breast cancer is expected to affect 1 million women in Africa annually by 2020.
  • Of these, 500,000 cases are expected to be from Nigeria alone.
  • The second highest number of deaths in African women is attributable to breast cancer.
  • 5-year cancer survival rate in African women is just 10%; the developed countries have a survival rate of 70%.




Know Your Hospital

Hospital Corridor; the Indian Hospital (inset) Africans can look forward to their breast cancer treatment in one of India’s leading hospitals. Here is a sneak peek into its highlights:

  • Africans can expect international standards of care; the hospital has a Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation
  • It is just a few hours’ drive from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (code: IATA) that services the national capital of New Delhi; we will provide you complimentary airport pick-up
  • Well-equipped and modern surgical oncology department with highly experienced cancer experts
  • Multidisciplinary team of doctors
  • Well-furnished patient rooms
  • Blood bank
  • Medical store
  • Facilities for a smooth stay, such as an ATM and currency exchange, FREE Internet access, cafeteria, etc.
  • Dedicated department servicing international patients
  • Caring staff proficient in English
  • Arrangement for language interpreters, if required
  • Specific dietary requirements taken care of


Helpful Info for Your Medical Trip

  • The JCI-accredited hospital where we facilitate breast cancer treatment for Africans is just about 160 miles from Delhi.
  • Enjoy our FREE pick-up facility from the airport.
  • You can also fly down to the closest domestic airport to the hospital located in Chandigarh, which is just about 7 miles away. For this you will have to take a connecting flight at Delhi. Again, enjoy our complimentary ground transfer service.
  • The winter season which runs from mid October to mid March is the ideal time to visit north India.
  • Keep a list of commonly used words in Hindi, the local language, to get yourself out of language barriers you might face when out of the hospital.
  • You may have to spend a few days at a hotel before and/or after your hospitalization; the international patient service department will help you find a hotel or guest-house accommodation close to the hospital suiting your budget.


Breast cancer treatment in India at a top hospital, that has carved a name for itself as one of the leading oncology facilities in the country, gives African women a new ray of hope.


Get more information by filling in the FREE online quote-request form on the right.


Neuro-spinal Surgery in India for Congolese

Posted by: Jesse on May 6th, 2014 no responses.

Neurology and Spinal Treatment in India for Congolese People Residents of Congo, Africa considering spinal surgery and neurology treatment abroad can turn towards India as the country offers a unique combination of quality care and immense savings.



The country’s well-qualified and internationally-trained doctors and a language barrier-free environment give full value-for-money to the Congolese people considering neuro-spinal treatment here.


Cost of Neuro-spinal Procedures Offered

Spinal Fusion

  • Cost: $8,700 for level 1 and $10,700 for level 2
  • Description: It permanently fuses two or more spinal bones together so that they don’t move. It is often used to treat spondylolisthesis.
  • Number of Days in Hospital: 7 days approximately


  • Cost: $11,800
  • Description: Insertion of orthopedic balloon to lift and correct spinal bones fractured by osteoporosis, cancer, or benign tumor
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 2 days


  • Cost: $4,600
  • Description: Often used to treat abnormal narrowing of the spinal canal (also known as spinal stenosis) by surgically removing the lamina
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 5 days


  • Cost: $4,600
  • Description: Surgical removal of the damaged portions of a herniated disc to ease irritation or compression of the surrounding nerves which result in pain or numbness in the legs and hands
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 3 days

Microscopic Spine Surgeries (including implants)

  • Cost: $4,800
  • Description: Minimally invasive, state-of-the-art procedures for treating herniated discs, spinal stenosis, and correcting spinal deformities
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 4 days

Intradural Spinal Procedures (including implants)

  • Cost: $8,100
  • Description: Surgical treatment of intradural extramedullary spinal tumors
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 4 days

Cervical and Lumbar Disc Microdiscectomy

  • Cost: $5,200
  • Description: A minimally invasive surgical procedure to relieve pressure off an impinged nerve and make more room for it to heal
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 3 days

Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt

  • Cost: $7,100
  • Description: Surgical treatment of excess accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the brain, a condition known as hydrocephalus
  • Number of Days in Hospital: About 4 days


How Much You Save?


Potential medical tourists from Congo will save substantially over the average prices charged in the West.


Take the cost of spinal fusion, for example. If you choose to have your procedure in the USA, be prepared to shell out anything between $60,000 and $90,000.


However, our value-for-money package for spinal fusion combined with decompression and arthroplasty in India is priced at just $13,000.


That’s more than 80% savings!



Reasons for Traveling to India for Neurology

Sitting Area in the Indian Hospital Citizens of Congo will find it easy to make up their mind about having their neuro and spine surgery in India after weighing the following benefits:

  • Cost of spinal and neurological surgery in India is lower than in the western countries
  • Get good quality care of international standards at a top hospital accredited by JCI, despite the low costs (which are a result of lower cost of living in India vis-à-vis in the west)
  • Treatment in a language barrier-free environment, thanks to English-speaking staff and doctors
  • Convenient surgery appointments with no wait-times


Top Hospital for Your Treatment

We are engaged with one of the foremost hospitals of the country located just a couple of hundred kilometers from the national capital of New Delhi.

Its strategic location in the north of the country (it is just about 5 hours by road from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (code: DEL) serving Delhi) makes it apt for international patients.

And its proximity to Delhi is not the only highlight. Have a look at the following features of the hospital to know more:

  • Follower of international standards of care; Joint Commission International (JCI) accredited
  • 355-bed modern facility with its own blood bank and pharmacy
  • A center of excellence in neurosciences running an all-inclusive neurological program
  • Neuro Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Well-equipped operation theater (OT)
  • Comfortable and tidy patient rooms
  • Wi-Fi Internet access for FREE
  • Highly experienced and English-speaking neuro and spinal surgeons
  • Dedicated International Patient Service Department to assist in visas, hotel bookings, local sightseeing and even arrange a language interpreter, if required
  • ATM and money changer
  • FREE ground transfers (from the New Delhi airport)


Good air connectivity makes it easy for Congolese medical tourists to travel to India for spinal fusion and other spinal procedures. There are a number of single and multiple-stop daily flights between Brazzaville and Delhi. Average flight duration is 14 hours.


For more information, get in touch with us through the FREE Quote-request form on the right.


Neuro and Spinal Surgery in India for Tanzanians

Posted by: Emily on May 5th, 2014 no responses.

Neuro-spinal Surgery in India for Tanzanians Neurological and spinal treatments in India are available for affordable prices much lower than in the western countries. Because of lack of medical facilities in Tanzania, many residents of the country have to seek treatment abroad.


Those Tanzanians suffering from neurological and spinal problems will find surgery in India to be a cost-effective alternative.


Treatments Offered and Their Cost

Have a look at the following table showing the cost of neurological and neuro-spinal surgical procedures offered at the Indian hospital we work with:




Price in US$

Spinal Fusion or Spondylodesis – Level I and II

$8,700 – $10,700





Transsphenoidal Surgery


Spinal Fusion Combined with Decompression and Arthroplasty


Cerebrospinal Fluid shunt Procedure


Chronic Subdural Hematoma (SDH) Surgery


Peripheral Nerve Surgery


Carpal Tunnel Release



Some of the other neurology and neurospinal procedures offered are:

  • Craniotomy
  • Microscopic Spine Surgery
  • Cervical and Lumbar Disc Revision Surgery
  • Burr-hole Aspiration for Abscess
  • Brachial Plexus Injury Treatment / Stereotactic Surgery



Why should residents of Tanzania consider neuro-spinal surgery in India? Well, the benefits of doing so are aplenty:

  • Significant cost savings – While a spinal fusion costs $60,000 on an average in the USA, you save almost 85% by having your surgery in the country.
  • International standard care – Despite the significant cost difference, you get treated at a top-notch hospital following international standards. Read further for more information about the hospital where your neuro-spinal procedure will be facilitated.
  • No language Barrier – Medical tourists are taken care by hospitable English-speaking staff, which ensures you face no linguistic impediments.
  • Minimal wait-times – Your neurological or spinal surgery will be scheduled conveniently without keeping you waiting.
  • Well-experienced surgeons – Neuro and spinal surgeons who will perform your treatment are highly experienced and have been trained from prestigious institutions.


About the Hospital

JCI-accredited Hospital in India Near Delhi Here is some information on the hospital in India we work with:

  • Established in 2001
  • Joint Commission International (JCI)-accredited
  • Suitably located just about 5 hours from the Indira Gandhi International Airport (airport code: DEL) in New Delhi
  • Runs an all-inclusive treatment program at its center of excellence in neuro-sciences
  • Neuro Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
  • Dedicated neurology anesthesia team and a well-equipped operation theater (OT)
  • Clean and well-appointed patient rooms
  • Number of facilities for your comfortable stay, such as:
    • 24-hour café
    • Supermarket
    • Pharmacy
    • ATM
    • Currency exchange
    • FREE Wi-Fi
    • FREE airport transfers (from the Delhi international airport located about 260km from the hospital)


Things You Need to Know

  • You will be provided complete visa assistance.
  • You will require letters of reference issued by the hospital where you plan to have you surgery, as well as by a local hospital or doctor, if applying for a medical visa.
  • Currency exchange rates as of May 1, 2014 – 1 Indian Rupee (INR) = 27.32 Tanzanian Shillings (TZS)
  • Airlines operating multi-stop flights (average duration: 10 hours 40 minutes) between the Julius Nyerere International Airport (airport code: DAR) in Dar es Salaam and New Delhi are:
    • Kenya Airways
    • Qatar Airways
    • Oman Air
    • Ethiopian
    • Emirates
  • East Africa Time (EAT) lags behind the Indian Standard Time by 2 hours 30 minutes.
  • You won’t face any major language impediments when at the hospital. To avoid hitting a language barrier outside the hospital, keep a list of or better memorize the following words in Hindi, the local language:
    • Hello / Goodbye – Namaste
    • Thank you – Dhanyavaad
    • Sorry – Maaf kariye
    • Where is ___?  - ___ kaha hai?
    • I don’t understand – Samajh nahi aa raha
    • I have lost my way – Rasta kho gaye hai
    • Yes – Haa
    • No – Nahi


International standard care without cutting corners on quality is the hallmark of the medical tourism industry of the country. Additionally, potential medical tourists from Dar es Salaam, Mwanza, Arusha, Dodoma, Mbeya and other parts of Tanzania will benefit from the low cost of neurology and spine surgery in India.


Fill in the free quote-request form on the right for more information on neuro and spinal surgery.


Urological Treatment in India for the Congolese

Posted by: Emily on May 3rd, 2014 no responses.

Residents of Congo seeking urological surgeries in India will be happy to find that these procedures are available at one of the country’s top-rated hospital at affordable prices.  Urological Surgery in India for the Congolese


A lot of problems of the male or female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs are covered under urology. It includes treatment for bladder or prostate cancer; congenital abnormalities; removal of cysts, tumors and kidney stones; stress incontinence, traumatic injuries and many other problems of the urinary system.



Cost of Urological Surgeries


The prices of some of the common urological treatments are given below:

 Treatment  Price in US$
Trans Urethral Resection of Prostrate (TURP) For patients with enlarged prostrate 3600
Green Light Laser Prostatectomy For patients with enlarged prostrate 6000
Bladder Neck Incision For bladder neck stenosis or a urethral stricture 2900
Optical Internal Urethrotomy For treatment of urethral strictures 2100
Optical Urethrotomy (Laser) For treatment of urethral strictures 2900
Cystolithotripsy (Laser) For urinary bladder stones 2900
Trans Urethral Resection of Bladder Tumor(TURBT) For bladder tumor 2400
Laparoscopic Radical Cystectomy For superficial bladder cancer 5800
Uretroscopic Removal of Stone From the bladder 2700
Uretric Reimplantation To treat reflux 3200
Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL) To remove kidney stones 3500


1.00 USD = 918.890 CDF as of the time of writing this article.


Prices are subject to change. Please fill-out the estimate-request form on the right to the know the latest.

About the Hospital


Quality Surgery India facilitates urological surgeries for the Congolese at a one of the country’s leading hospitals which is:   Hospital for Urological Treatment in India

  • Accredited by the JCI and the NABH
  • A huge facility with 256 bed capacity
  • A frontrunner in the use of medical technology
  • Committed to providing high-quality care and services


The hospital serves patients in more than 25 specialties, such as: cardiac surgery, anesthesiology, clinical psychology, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, urology, oncology.


The in-campus hotel allows for a comfortable stay for medical tourists and their guests, while the 24-hour cafeteria ensures that food is never a problem.


The hospital also has a day-night pharmacy, a prayer room, banks and ATMs, and many other facilities right there in the campus.


The India Advantage

  • Low-cost: India is known to provide world-class care at possibly the lowest prices in the world. The low cost of living in the country and the relatively affordable medical education allows the doctors to offer their services at a lower price.
  • Quality Services: India’s robust healthcare system comprises some of the world’s best hospital and top doctors that can match the quality of healthcare services anywhere in the world.
  • No Language Barrier: India is largely an English-speaking country. Most people, especially in the medical business, can easily converse in English. A French-speaking language interpreter can also be arranged on request.
  • Experienced Surgeons: Not only do the Indian doctors undergo years of education and rigorous training, their experience continues to grow with each case they treat. And given the large volume of patients Indian doctors handle, their skills
  • Easy to reach: There are many flights from Kinshasa to New Delhi International Airport for about $1,200 for return trip. The flight time is about 15 hours.

Once you reach New Delhi, you can either take a flight to Chandigarh (just about an hour) or take the road for about 5 hours. Ground transport is offered FREE to our Congolese clients.  The residents of Congo looking for urological surgeries in India can now find them at prices they can afford.


For more information, a FREE quote and special offers for urological surgeries in India for the Congolese, fill-out the estimate-request form on the right.