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  • Over 4,000 take part in half marathon

    THE HINDU, Monday, July 23, 2018

    The GAVS Dream Runners Half Marathon (DRHM) 2018 held in the city on Sunday saw more than 4,000 runners participating in the event. The 7th edition of the half marathon was held with the theme ‘Run, so they can walk’ by Dream Runners.

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    • Lord Mayor of Chester welcomes organ donation campaigner who drove 23,000 km from India

      The Standard, Friday, July 20, 2018

      THE Lord Mayor of Chester greeted an intrepid campaigner who had just completed a gruelling 83-day drive from Mumbai to London. Cllr Alex Black and wife Janet welcomed Bhal Shekhar Chilana and his wife Namita to the city on the evening of Saturday, July 14.

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      • A decade on, transplant costs still unavailable online

        The Hindu, Wednesday, June 20, 2018

        Almost a decade after the State government made it mandatory for organ transplant centres to display the cost range for transplant surgeries on their website, a majority of such authorised centres have yet to adhere to the Government Order issued to this effect in 2008.

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        • Here's a back-up plan if you can't get health insurance

          The Economic Times Wealth, Monday, June 4, 2018

          An individual who has donated her kidney is unlikely to be eligible for a health cover. “This, despite the fact that the donor can perform all routine activities without any hurdles,” says Lalitha Raghuram, country director, Mohan Foundation, an NGO involved in promoting organ donation.

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          • Know the transplant expenses covered, excluded when buying health insurance

            The Economic Times Wealth, Monday, May 21, 2018

            Data from Mohan Foundation, an NGO working in the field of organ donation, shows a kidney transplant can cost upwards of Rs 5-8 lakh, while a heart transplant can set you back by Rs 22-28 lakh, as can a liver transplant.

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            • Study on state of organ donation facilities in government hospitals

              The Times Of India, Wednesday, May 16, 2018

              As part of a study to improve facilities for organ donation in government hospitals, an official of Mohan Foundation, Mumbai, on Tuesday visited Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) as well as Super Specialty Hospital to review the infrastructure.

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              • Addition of organ donation column in driving licence form hailed

                The Quint, Wednesday, May 9, 2018

                A social group pushing for a change in the driving licence application form to allow an applicant to pledge for his/her organ donation has welcomed the government move on this, saying awareness and easy process will encourage people to donate organs.

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                • Our angry world still has many modern day heroes

                  Hindustantimes, Friday, May 4, 2018

                  In the video on his mother’s phone, Arjun Shamat is dancing with his youngest sister; just another kid goofing off. Who could have known then that a few months later he would be dead? “He never left home without informing me,” says Raj Kumari, his mother, a domestic worker.

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                  • Tata Trust asked to help promote cadaver donation

                    THE ASIAN AGE, Wednesday, May 2, 2018

                    State medical education minister Girish Mahajan recently wrote to the Tata Trust for help in creating a mechanism to boost cadaver donation in Maharashtra. Mr Mahajan requested the Tata Trust to design a model urging government hospitals to identify and declare brain-dead patients and counsel their families to donate organs.

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                    • Organ Donations Save Lives! And Here’s Why India’s Rates Are Soaring

                      The Better India, Friday, April 27, 2018

                      As per a study conducted by Mohan Foundation, an NGO, the number of youth pledging their organs has increased manifold. 81% of the pledges for organ donation signed between 2010 and 2018 were by those in the 18-40 age group. The largest group of signatories—22,850 out of the 43,792 pledges—was from the 21-30 age group.

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