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  • Specialist clears the air on organ donation

    The Hindu , Saturday, May 22, 2004

    Doctors at Care Hospitals, Banjara Hills, have said that the heart transplantation carried out on a patient, Rama Rao, on May 9 was successful and the patient should be able to leave the hospital in a week.

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    • Rare liver extraction at Ruby Hall

      The Times of India, Monday, March 1, 2004

      A rare cadaver liver extraction operation was recently performed at city-based Ruby Hall clinic under the guidance of UK trained doctors working in Global Transplant Hospital, Hyderabad.

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      • Breathing life into cadaver organ transplants

        The Times of India, Tuesday, February 17, 2004

        Doctors and social workers in Pune on Monday decided to make a concerted effort to create public awareness for cadaver organ transplants.

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        • Teenager inspires octogenarian to take a decision on organ donation

          The Hindu, Sunday, February 15, 2004

          A teenager turned out to be the inspiration for an octogenarian. At the end of the memorial service for 19-year-old R. Swami Narayan's, whose organs were donated, the elderly gentleman stood up and told others that he too had decided to donate all his organs.

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          • First heart transplant a success

            The Times of India, Sunday, February 8, 2004

            The first heart transplant in the state of a 33-year-old daily wage earner and bread winner of a family, K Ramesh from Medchal who had been suffering from an end-stage heart disease has proved successful, transplant surgeon Dr A Gopalakrishna Gokhale said.

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            • Organ transplantation help at hand

              The Times of India, Wednesday, January 28, 2004

              It was a case of 'practising what one preaches,' when Multi Organ Harvesting Aid Network (MOHAN) executive director Lalitha Raghuram decided to donate five organs including a liver, two kidneys and two corneas of her son Swaminarayan Raghuram, to patients in need of cadaver transplants.

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              • Indo-British pact for free child liver transplants

                The Times of India, Tuesday, December 2, 2003

                Afresh lease on life. That is what children suffering from irreversible liver diseases can look forward to with a collaboration between British and Indian doctors.

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                • Gift of her life after four years of agony

                  The Hindu, Friday, June 20, 2003

                  Medwin Hospitals has joined a select group of hospitals in the country by performing a cadaver organ kidney transplantation.

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                  • Cadaver transplant gives woman a new life

                    The Times of India , Thursday, June 19, 2003

                    A 48-year-old housewife, suffering from kidney failure, has got a fresh lease of life when she underwent a rare cadaver organ transplantation at a private hospital here.

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                    • To end kidney commerce

                      The Hindu, Sunday, April 6, 2003

                      the Tamil Nadu government announced a series of measures to "streamline" the implementation of the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994. The vast majority of doctors, academics and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) who are concerned with the issue in the State, however, are of the opinion that the measures will "steam-roller rather than streamline" the implementation of the Act.

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