This Independence Day brought a new cheer and new hope to the coastal city of Mangalore.
Sankalp Program for Thalassemia Management
14-15 July 2017, Bangalore
Mangalore Today News Network
Aug 15, 2017: The 71st Independence Day celebrations will usher in cheer and new hope for hundreds of thalassaemic in Dakshina Kannada district.
A thalassaemia day care centre with six beds in RAPCC building (second floor) in district Wenlock Hospital will be inaugurated on August 15 at 11 am, said Wenlock Hospital superintendent and district surgeon Dr Rajeshwari Devi H R.
The Government Wenlock Hospital will open a six-bed day-care centre for thalassaemia patients on Tuesday.
Hospital Superintendent H.R. Rajeshwaridevi said the centre will operate on the second floor of the Regional Advanced Paediatric Care Centre. It will move to the ground floor of the hospital’s new medical block that will be ready by October.
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