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  • India may soon lead the world in organ donation campaign : Dr Naresh Trehan

    ET Healthworld, Friday, April 6, 2018

    Over the past 10-15 years, with the aid of stringent rules and regulations on brain death, there has not been a single accusation on somebody being declared dead by mistake or knowingly.

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    • Goafest 2018: It's raining awards but no Grand Prix in sight

      campaignindia, Friday, April 6, 2018

      Awards across six categories for the Creative Abby Awards were announced at Goafest 2018 today. In the category of 'Video Craft Specialist of the Year' Early Man Film made a cleansweep bagging five Gold, four Silver and seven Bronze metals getting them 92 points. To put a perspective, the second place went to Oink films with just 14 points (one Silver and two Bronze).

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      • Women continue to be way ahead of men in living kidney donations

        The Hindu, Thursday, March 8, 2018

        Recently, when a 35-year-old woman whose husband was to undergo a renal transplant at a corporate hospital “volunteered” to donate her kidney, doctors did not suspect any coercion. The “donation” appeared to be genuine as the couple was married for some years and the husband was diagnosed with renal failure years after their marriage.

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        • New Era Hospital gets nod to start liver transplant

          The Times Of India, Tuesday, February 20, 2018

          The second capital of Maharashtra has finally come on the ‘liver transplant’ map of the country, thus becoming fourth city in the state after Mumbai, Pune and Aurangabad to have the advanced facility.

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          • Qutub turns green for organ donation

            The Times Of India, Monday, February 19, 2018

            The iconic Qutub Minar was on Saturday evening lit up in bright green to highlight the cause of organ donation — conventionally represented by a green ribbon — during the fifth edition of Samarthan, an event organised by NGO Mohan Foundation to raise awareness.

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            • Music concerts at Chennai Metro delight commuters

              NEWS TODAY, Sunday, February 11, 2018

              In a first-of-its-kind initiative, Chennai Metro Rail Ltd (CMRL) is organising music programmes at its stations for the past few months. On the same line, a three-day music festival took place at Vadapalani station recently in the city.

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              • From dust to dust: a creative journey from ashes to art in Mumbai

                The Hindu, Saturday, February 10, 2018

                You could call it art for heart’s sake. And liver’s sake. And kidney’s sake. And maybe an eyeball too. Mumbaikars are intrigued by a unique art installation created to raise awareness of organ donation.

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                • Keep giving even after living

                  The Hindu, Thursday, February 8, 2018

                  When Pratima Pal was diagnosed with irreversible liver cirrhosis in 1993, she was just 50. “The doctors told us that she may not survive more than a year,” her husband, Chugh Yoginder Pal says. “They advised us to go for transplant.”

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