Dr. Nitin completed his graduation (MBBS) from the Seth GS Medical College, Mumbai, India in 2004. He then cleared his Diplomat of National Board in Radiology from the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, India in 2012. Dr. Nitin started his career in 2006 at the Pondicherry Institute of Medical Sciences, Pondicherry, India as a Post Graduate Resident. Subsequently, he moved to the Sri Venkateshwara Medical College, Pondicherry, India as a Senior Resident in 2009. In 2011, Dr. Nitin moved to the Grant Medical College, Mumbai, India where he practiced as a Chief Resident. After practicing at the Magnum MRI Center and Uber Incorporations in 2012 and 2013 as a Junior Consultant, Dr. Nitin moved to the Grant Medical College and took up teaching as an Assistant Professor. Dr. Nitin is extensively experienced in his field. Apart from conventional radiological procedures, he is well versed in USG, CT and MRI. Currently, he is a member of Maharashtra State Medical Council, Indian Radiological and Imaging Association and Indian Society of Pediatric Imaging.
A 56-year-old man from Australia, diagnosed with prostate cancer, was admitted at Beijing Puhua International Hospital. He marked significant improvement after the comprehensive prostate cancer treatment.
I would also like to thank my doctor, Dr. Javier Vazquez, for the ongoing and inspiring care he has provided me for many years. I also express my gratitude to Drs. Park and Chavarin. And last but certainly not least, I thank Sergio for always meeting me at San Diego Airport at some of the most inconvenient times to take me across the border to International Bio Care Hospital. To Socorro, Carmen, Enedelia, Elias, Juan, Teresa, Rene, Julio, Miguel, Jesus, Victor, Juan, Jorge, Angela, Maria Elena and Lupe, I am eternally grateful to each of you for helping keep me alive and pushing forward in life.
A 69-year-old woman from Canada, diagnosed with breast cancer, was admitted at Beijing Puhua International Hospital. She marked significant improvement after the comprehensive breast cancer treatment.
Australian woman Thaiylah Joel, diagnosed with pelvic cancer, was admitted at Beijing Puhua International Hospital. She marked significant improvement after the comprehensive pelvic cancer treatment.