KEM To Soon Start IVF Treatment Clinic

Dr. Anjali and Dr. Aniruddha have been ex-students of KEM Medical College and in order to help couples from poor economic backgrounds, they had approached the hospital administration to set up the clinic.

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King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital in Parel will soon start an In-vitro Fertilisation (IVF). The clinic will be set up by the husband-wife duo Dr. Anjali and Dr. Aniruddha Malpani.

Notably, Dr. Anjali and Dr. Aniruddha have been ex-students of KEM Medical College and in order to help couples from poor economic backgrounds, they had approached the hospital administration to set up the clinic. 

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The IVF specialists will further contribute ₹75 lakhs- 1 crore to set up the clinic and help infertile couples who wouldn't have been able to afford IVF from private clinics. They have further signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)  with the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to set up the facility. 

IVF treatment costs ₹2-3 lakhs in the first phase at private clinics and KEM will provide the first phase for free. KEM is the only civic-run hospital to provide the facility in Mumbai.

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