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Thalassemia patients are likely to get NAT-tested blood free of cost from Dr Hedgewar Blood Bank run by RSS Lokkalyan Samiti. The blood bank was already supplying free blood to thalassaemia patients, but any kind of NAT testing used to cost Rs 800.
The Indian Medical Association (IMA), Arunachal unit has recommended the state government to come up with Blood Component Separation Therapy in the state.
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Odisha is going to host third world congress on sickle cell disease (SCD) and bone marrow transplantation (BMT) at Bhubaneswar from February 21 to 24.
To promote blood, eye and organ donation in India, the Patiala chapter of the Indian Medical Association, along with the Punjab State Medical and Dental Teachers’ Association, Patiala, started a blood donation, eye and organ donation campaign.