Anand Kkhakkhar India
Seniority 23 years , Doctor ☺ 1 review $ Prices for treatments and diagnostics
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Apollo Hospital
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Anand Kkhakkhar

Doctor
45 years / Seniority 23 years
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Place of work
Apollo Hospital
Our company is the official representative of the doctor Anand Kkhakkhar worldwide
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Price for personal appointment $90
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He specializes in liver transplantation, kidney, pancreas, hepatobiliary surgery and laparoscopic nephrectomy and surgical gastroenterology.


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Dr Anand Khakhar specializes in transplanting organs. The surgeon works as a senior consultant for organ transplants, surgery and program director of transplantation at the Center for transplantation and liver diseases in the Indian hospital Apollo.

it has created the Center for infrastructure, focused on hepatobiliary and pancreatic surgery, carrying out successful liver transplants . Engaged in partial and complete extraction of organs from living donors and patients with brain death, then spends transplant donor organ to the patient.

Dr Anand Khakhar conducts transplantation of pancreas, liver, pochek.Takzhe physician specializing in gastroenterology and operative surgery . pancreatic

For a long time Dr. Anand Khakhar worked and studied with Thomas E. Starzla - a man who managed to hold the first successful liver transplant. Also he collaborated with Dr. Amadeo Marcos, who is a pioneer in the field of in vivo liver donation. He and his colleagues conducted a 14-hour operation for intestinal transplantation, liver and pancreas from a donor with brain death.

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In Apollo I was being treated for lung cancer. Here I was operated on, had chemo, which I already received in Russia, coming to India just for periodic examination. To be treated so I decided, because I believe that the technical equipment of the foreign clinics, better, and with the introduction of drugs our doctors will cope.
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