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14 Pak doctors arrive in India for health moot

Lahore: Fourteen Pakistani doctors crossed the Wagah check post on Sunday to attend an international healthcare conference and to seek India's help for their health sector. Led by Dr. Farzana Nazir, the parliamentary secretary on health in West Punjab, the team said before its departure that it would be offering India free treatment for 60 children in Lahore and Karachi cardiac hospitals. Dr. Nazir was quoted by the Daily Times as saying that 30 patients each would be treated at the Punjab Institute of Cardiology in Lahore and the National Institute of Cardio-Vascular diseases in Karachi.

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