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There are many good doctors but only a few that are great. SenaCare
will help you in finding the best health care possible.

When seeking medical treatment, what is the most important
factor? Top quality physician care provided by doctors with developed expertise for a specific
treatment area? Utilization of the most advanced modern healthcare technologies in
treatment delivery? Access to healthcare services 24/7? At SenaCare, our group of American
Board Certified multilingual physicians work to ensure that patients from all over the world
receive top notch individualized care, incorporating the use of state-of-the art medical technologies.
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SenaCare: Crowning International Patients with High Class Medical Treatment “Good health is a crown on the heads of the healthy that only the ill can see” -Ali ibn Abi Talib

SenaCare, headquartered in Philadelphia, just returned from Dubai, where the company is working with local companies on international medical travel to the US. Just yesterday, SenaCare announced that it will enter at least five new international markets, with a high focus the UAE, and the MENA/GCC region in 2011.

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SenaCare Participated in a Roundtable Discussion lead by Kenya's Ambassador to the United States:
December 17th, 2010

Kenya's Ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Elkanah Odembo keynoted the Chamber's Kenya Energy Sector Roundtable meetings last month in Philadelphia and Central Pennsylvania. Kenya continues to be a sought after brand as numerous corporations engaged the Chamber to explore Export and Investment Opportunities in the Kenyan Energy Sector. This Program was hosted by USKCC and supported by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, the World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia, the World Trade Center of Central Pennsylvania, Senator Brubaker, the Kenyan Embassy and Duane Morris.To read full article please follow this link.


Telemeding Healthcare Multiplies Channels of Medical Resources
22 February 2011

Last week, a Middle East new source reported that long hours on the job in the UAE have led to a staggering increase in stress-related illnesses such as heart ailments and diabetes. As a result of a worldwide surge in chronic health conditions, many international governmental figures are all channeling focus to one area of healthcare where adoption and advancement are vital to ensure that future medical service supply keeps pace with the world's growing healthcare demand: Telemedicine.
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World Health: Accounting for Rare Diseases in Future Healthcare Solutions

In 2008, on February 29th, a day with a rare calendar occurrence of only once in every four years, EURODIS (European Organization for Rare Diseases) organized and established the first World Rare Disease Day. The European Organization for Rare Diseases, EURODIS, is a patient-driven alliance of patient organizations and individuals active in the field of rare diseases. A rare disease, also referred to as an orphan disease, is any disease that affects a small percentage of the population.
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