Saturday, 30 January 2016

another Brasilian Surrogacy baby.

Surrogacy in India.
Airton and Marcia Cella from Brasil were blessed with twins-a boy and a girl.
2.4 and 2.9 kilos.


Surrogacy baby after 15 years

Surrogacy in India.

we are very happy for Uttara and Venkata from USA on the birth of their baby girl. weighing 2.5 kilos. both mother and baby are doing well
they have been married for 15 years and had tried all available treatment options.
today we are glad we were able to help them out.

Thursday, 28 January 2016

A brilliant piece by a man i very much admire!!

Wave this magic wand: After IT, healthcare can be the next sector where India dominates the world

Global healthcare and wellness is a $7.4 trillion industry, second only to the food and agro industry. Who is going to dominate this industry?
The economy of the 20th century was driven by machines which replaced human toil. We, in India, missed that golden opportunity. But the economy of the 21st century will be driven by the health sector, which can be dominated by Indians. Indian doctors are known to be inherently compassionate and have magic in their fingers. This was the observation of my former boss Allen Yates, director of cardiac surgery at Guy’s hospital, London.
When I left Guy’s 26 years ago, five British nurses joined me at Kolkata to start B M Birla Heart Research Centre, which at the time was India’s first standalone super speciality heart hospital. Those nurses trained a few hundred Indian nurses. Very soon our Indian nurses became extraordinary as they acquired skills, confidence and professional demeanour.
After two years of training they all left, one by one, for the Middle East, UK and US for a better salary. A 26-year-old Indian nurse can earn more than an Indian medical doctor just by working abroad.
About a couple of decades ago, a liquor company received the president’s medal for highest foreign exchange earning. I knew that our nurses collectively were remitting more money back home than the liquor company. These nurses’ remittances built cute little houses across Kerala and furnished them with items which supported India’s manufacturing industry and created jobs.
I am sure every penny spent by them was used for what we like to call “nation building exercises”. But apart from harassing them at Mumbai customs, we never acknowledged them.
Today, we are sitting on a once-in-alife time opportunity. In the early 1990s, thanks to PM Narasimha Rao’s liberalisation policies, India built a global software empire. Now we can build a global empire in healthcare. And as a byproduct, every Indian will get quality healthcare at an affordable price.
Today, developed countries have to knock at our door to take care of their sick. Our tryst with the Cayman Islands is an example. Their main sources of income are financial services and tourism, both of which are cyclical and dependent on the US economy. Five years ago global consultants advised them to invest in medical tourism as a non-cyclical business opportunity.
On December 16, 2009, Prime Minister William McKeeva Bush and his colleagues from the Cayman Islands government visited our health city in Bengaluru to understand our operations. This was followed by my presentation to the Cayman cabinet on our proposal to set up a large health city to attract patients from the Western hemisphere.
But as always there was a hitch. Cayman Islands is a British protectorate which follows British rules. Indian medical degrees are not recognised by the island, so our doctors were asked to appear for another entrance exam and get a licence to practise in Cayman. We politely submitted to them that recognition of Indian medical degrees was non-negotiable.
In a few weeks, to our pleasant surprise, Cayman Islands changed its laws to accommodate Indian doctors. As a result of this people of the Cayman and surrounding islands have access to tertiary healthcare that they otherwise wouldn’t have had, and people in surrounding countries have access to healthcare at a fraction of the price they would have been charged otherwise.
If we play our cards right it will be just a matter of time before other countries depend on Indians for healthcare.
I felt a sense of immense fulfilment on receiving a greeting card from our 26-yearold Indian nurse working in our Cayman hospital on a holiday in Disneyworld, Florida with her family. We may not have petrodollars to give to our children like the Gulf nations, or the means to provide a social security blanket like European countries do. But we can give our children the gift of education which will provide for them throughout their lives.
We get many invitations from European countries to replicate our Cayman project. Four years ago the Slovenia PM visited our health city in Bengaluru and offered unconditional support to set up a hospital in their country to serve the long waiting list of patients from European Union countries. Unfortunately, we had to refuse. The harsh reality is that we are struggling to supply specialist doctors to our hospital in Mysuru next door. Finding such doctors to go to Slovenia would be a far stretch.
Cuba has very progressive policies regarding healthcare, and as a result it provides doctors and nurses to most Latin American countries in need. Cuba is a regional powerhouse in medical tourism and Cubans also enjoy access to tertiary care that is economically sustainable. A lot of this is possible only because they have a surplus of doctors and nurses.
We don’t need billions of dollars in FDI to make India a global leader in healthcare delivery, or to reduce India’s infant mortality and maternal mortality rates. All we need is reforms in medical and nursing education. India has a chance at being the healthcare provider for the world and as a result Indians will have access to the highest quality of care at an affordable price.
Is anyone listening?

Thursday, 21 January 2016

Surrogacy Babies in Hyderabad

Surrogacy in India.

Congratulations to Mrs and Mr.Kapoor from Indonesia on the birth of their Daughter,Mrs and Mr.Redkar from India on the birth of their twins-a boy and a girl and Mrs and Mr.Francisco Pericas from Brasil on the birth of their twins-also a boy and a girl. All Babies and their mom's are doing fine and healthy.

Thursday, 14 January 2016

Surrogacy in India-Brasil and USA.

We are very happy for Paula and Paulo Baddini from Brasil on the birth of their daughter- Sophia. both mother and daughter are doing well. we wish them the very best!!

Hearty Congratulations to Mrs and Mr.Paul Rollin from the USA on the birth of their daughter, weighing 2.8 Kilogram and doing well. we wish them the very best!!

Sankrantri Wishes from KIC!

Makar Sankranti is an Indian festival celebrated in almost all parts of India and Nepal in lots of cultural forms. It is a harvest festival.
Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn) on its celestial path. The day is also believed to mark the arrival of spring in India and is a traditional event. Makara Sankranthi is a solar event making one of the few Indian festivals which fall on the same date in the Gregorian calendar every year: 14 January, with some exceptions when the festival is celebrated on 15 January. At Kic, we celebrate by flying a lot Kites and we wish all of our friends- a very happy and Joyous Sankrantri!!

Thursday, 7 January 2016

Message from a UK couple

Dear Dr Samit Sekhar,

Happy New Year!  I just thought I would drop you a line to update you on our little boy, Cosmo, and thank you once again for helping make our dream come true.  Despite his very shaky start to life he is doing well and his big sister adores him.  It is amazing to think we only started this journey a little over a year ago and he is already 5 months old.  Please thank everyone who made this happen and Satvinder for all his hard work with the paperwork.  We head to the UK in two weeks to start the parental order process so fingers crossed it will be ok.   

A Wonderful Gift in the New year!!

GOt this very sweet email from Gracelyn and Leroy from Canada a couple of days ago

Hello Dr Samit,

Happy New Year!

We have started being mobile... Crawling, holding and standing up and saying a few words like mamamama, dadadadada.

We hope all is well with you and your family.  We hope 2016 brings positive news on foreign surrogacy front and more parents can be happy like ours because of your gift!

Take care and we hope to see you and Aunty Sally in Toronto soon!

Here's a little clip of us crawling.... We are already racing each other!

Friday, 1 January 2016

KIC wishes everyone a happy and Fertile New Year!!