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JKTWS Conducts Medical Camp Supported by International Expertise
2/24/2024 10:41:04 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 24: The Jammu & Kashmir Thalassaemia Welfare Society (JKTWS) recently organized a comprehensive medical camp aimed at providing crucial care to Thalassaemia patients. Supported by esteemed medical professionals including international experts, the camp witnessed significant contributions towards the betterment of patients' lives.
The two-day medical camp, hosted at the Day Care Centre in SMGS Hospital of GMC Jammu, served as a beacon of hope for Thalassaemia patients and their families. Spearheaded by JKTWS and actively supported by the Department of Paediatrics of GMC Jammu, the event saw the convergence of medical expertise and compassionate care.
Renowned haematologists such as Dr. V.P Choudhary and Dr. J.S. Arora, both acclaimed figures in the field of Thalassaemia treatment, graced the camp with their invaluable insights and expertise. Their presence underscored the commitment of the medical community towards enhancing the quality of life for Thalassaemia patients.
Adding an international dimension to the camp was Dr. Isha Moza, a distinguished dental expert hailing from Canada. Dr. Moza's presence not only enriched the camp with her specialized knowledge but also highlighted the global solidarity in combating Thalassaemia-related challenges.
During the camp, patients received comprehensive health check-ups, addressing both general health concerns and specific issues related to Thalassaemia. Dr. Moza's emphasis on dental care and her generous donation of dental kits underscored the holistic approach towards patient well-being.
A noteworthy highlight of the event was Dr. Moza's philanthropic gesture of donating Rs. 1 Lakh towards JKTWS for the welfare of Thalassaemia patients. Her generosity exemplifies the spirit of giving back to the community and supporting noble causes. The inauguration of the camp by esteemed personalities including Dr. K.K. Koul and Dr. Ashutosh Gupta, along with the active involvement of medical professionals and volunteers, underscored the collective effort towards advancing Thalassaemia care in the region. Dr. K.K Koul's informative lecture on disease management and the vital role of pathologists in accurate diagnosis highlighted the importance of continuous medical advancements in combating Thalassaemia.
Dr. Sanjeev Dingra's emphasis on the availability of carrier detection and prenatal diagnosis facilities further reiterated the proactive approach towards preventing Thalassaemia major cases in the future.
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