India has 17% of the global population, 18% of global disease burden, and 21% of the world mortality rate. There is also a tremendous imbalance between the access to medical treatments in rural and urban areas of the country. Furthermore, only 29% of the total population in the country is covered under health insurance.

Two areas that are of growing concern in the medical field are osteoarthritis and cancer. Over the years, the number of cases of osteoarthritis and cancer have been rising. Apart from a lack of access to effective treatment plans, there is also a lack of awareness about these diseases. As a result, patients seek treatment at a much later stage of their diseases, when chances of recovery are lower.

For both, cancer and osteoarthritis, early detection, treatment, and palliative care are crucial to combating the disease. The Health For All Foundation has identified a treatment that uses path-breaking technology (Quantum Magnetic Resonance Therapy), is non-invasive, safe, and effective, as a viable alternative to conventional treatment plans, which are costly, painful, and traumatic. Quantum Magnetic Resonance Therapy (QMRT), although less expensive than conventional and chemo-based treatments, is still expensive enough to make it inaccessible to the economically weaker sections of society, or to those with limited earning capabilities.


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