Lucky Patchers India (LIP) has made a big splash with its patented technology for detecting and recovering rare viruses and parasites from the body.
Lucky Patcher India is a company that provides a way for patients to buy the products from a private label company and then deliver them to hospitals and other facilities.
The products can be bought through a website that offers discounts for certain health insurance plans.
The company claims that this technology is one of the most powerful tools available to detect rare diseases.
The patented technology is being used by hospitals across India to treat patients with rare infections and parasites.
The company has raised over $500 million in funding from investors including Tiger Global, Tiger Global IV, BlackRock and Fidelity.
LIP founder Vijay Prashad said that his company has seen a sharp increase in the number of patients using the products since the launch in December last year.
“The market is going crazy,” said Prashade, adding that the company’s success has made it possible for patients and healthcare workers to be able to treat a lot of people with diseases without having to resort to expensive hospital visits.
Prashade said that the startup had been in talks with other companies and healthcare institutions to create a single platform that can allow people to purchase a product, deliver it to the hospital and then return the product to them.
He added that the new platform would have the capacity to sell at a lower price than the existing platforms.
A senior LIP executive said that a large part of the company was focused on growing the business and developing new products.
This is what we have been focused on,” he added.