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Paving the way for Seychelles medical tourism

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Minister Alain St.Ange of the Seychelles received Prof. Dr. S. M.

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Minister Alain St.Ange of the Seychelles received Prof. Dr. S. M. Balaji at his Bel Ombre Tourism Office to echo his support to the coming 7th Biennial World Cleft Lip & Palate Congress set to be held in Seychelles from May 7-11, 2012.

Prof. Dr. Balaji is the Congress President and was in Seychelles to finalize details for the May Congress in the mid-ocean islands of the Seychelles.

“We are thankful that Prof. Dr. Balaji has chosen Seychelles for that congress. We have always believed in diversity in our approach to tourism. This May Congress brings out the conferencing attractions Seychelles commands, but above all it can pave the way for our entry into the world of medical tourism,” Minister St.Ange said.

The 7th Biennial World Cleft Lip & Palate Congress is expected to welcome in Seychelles some 200 medical experts for their conference from May 7-11, 2012.

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