The Lifeline Express was founded as the world's first hospital train. India's extensive railway network makes a train an ideal way to reach remote parts of the country where a majority of the population is too poor to afford healthcare. After travelling the railroads for 14 years, over 400,000 Indians have benefited from the remarkable train on which major surgeries have been performed to restore movement, hearing, sight and correction of clefts.
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