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US starts training programme for Pakistani doctor

 ISLAMABAD     -  The US department of Health appointed the Institute of Regenerative Medicine (IRM), a Pakistani private institution, as its official representative in Pakistan to train Pakistani doctors in
the field of stem cell treatment.
The IRM has now become the only authorized institution to
train Pakistani doctors in stem cell treatment and issue certificates from the US department of Health.
At a signing ceremony, held in Islamabad, director of the US
department of Health, dr Rozeena Munir, issued a formal license to IRM chief executive dr Salman naeem Gilani.
She said the treatment of many life-threatening diseases
would be possible through non-traditional treatment of stem
cells. Many Pakistanis who travel; abroad for medical treatment shall have all the facilities and treatments available right
at their door step. It would also boost medical tourism in the
country.
The Pakistani doctors who are seeking specialization in the
stem cell treatment would now be trained by the IRM, in Pakistan. At the end of the successful training, the American department of Health would issue them a certificate on the recommendation of the IRM 

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