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To whom should i consult for PGD (preimplantation genetic diagnosis) in India ?

Dear Doctor , We want to undergo PGD process, preferably in North India. Can you please advise whom we can consult and what the price is. Regards, Ashish. +91 9815984155.
Mon, 9 May 2011
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Dear Ashish,there very few centers across India for this.One such I know is in Mumbai,that dr.aniruddh malpani.You can visit his web site and get the details.You can even chat with him online.bye.
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