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  • Cure for a cause

    The Hindu, Monday, June 4, 2001

    IT IS an unpretentious building on the busy Poonamallee High Road. Climb up to the first floor and you will reach a ward with patients of various ages undergoing dialysis. They may be at death's door and completely bankrupt given the nature of the disease but, the Rekha Memorial TANKER Foundation Subsidised Dialysis unit has given them hope and a longer lease of life.

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    • Mixing compassion and technology

      The Hindu, Sunday, January 14, 2001

      It is the fourth anniversary of the MOHAN Foundation. And it is sheer chance that Dr. Sunil Shroff happens to be talking about the efforts that went into launching the Multiple Organ Harvesting Aid Network on its anniversary. But it was certainly more than chance that the network has progressed the

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      • Need for greater awareness on organ donation stressed

        The Hindu, Monday, September 25, 2000

        Though Ms. Mymoon Beevi and Ms. Shankari had met before several times, it was different this time. The latter saw the glimmer of life her mother had left behind, crossing a major milestone.

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        • Workshop on 'brain death' to begin today

          The Hindu, Tuesday, January 11, 2000

          MOHAN Foundation and the Chennai chapter of Indian Society of Critical Care Medicine are jointly holding a workshop on `brain death' for doctors on June 11 at Sundaram Medical Foundation, Anna Nagar from 9 a.m. There is no registration fee, but seats are limited.

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          • Organ Donor Card launched in Tamil

            Indian Express, Monday, March 29, 1999

            Tamil Nadu has become the first State in the country to launch a 'donor card' that allows one to donate one's organs in the event of his death, in a regional language.

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            • For a cadaveric transplant programme

              Frontline, Saturday, December 13, 1997

              ONE of the objectives of the Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 was to clear the decks legally for the development of a cadaver-based organ transplantation programme. Towards this end, the Act recognised and defined, for the first time in India, the concept of "brain-stem death".

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