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2014 World Anti-Obesity Day Camp @ Wings Hospital


Our news carried by Various Newspapers of South Gujarat and North Maharastra today.
A special package for bariatric surgery is offered at rates of Rs 1,59,000 only which is one of the lowest rates in country presently.
Wings Hospital organizes it annual obesity camp on the occasion of 26th Nov - World Anti-Obesity day. Free consultation for Obesity , Diabetes and Hypertension will be offered from dates 22nd to 29th November 2014.
A Wings bariatrics initiative for the common man who is suffering ans struggling with obesity and its associated co-morbidities.

Please share this information with your friends and family so that maximum people can avail the benefits.


Rajastha Patrika









Divya Bhaskar


 Sandesh
 Divya Marathi

 Gujarat Guardian

Gujarat Samachar

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