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Guest lecture on laser hair reduction conducted at FMMC

Published On : 01 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: The department of dermatology conducted a guest lecture at Father Muller Medical College (FMMC), here on November 25 at the conference hall. The guest lecture was organized to commemorate 25 years of post-graduate medical education training in dermatology.

The programme commenced with the inauguration. Dr Sukumar D, professor and HOD welcomed the gathering. Fr Richard Coelho, administrator FMMCH addressed the gathering. Fr Rudolph Ravi D’Sa, administrator FMMC was present during the inauguration. Dr Ganesh Kamath H delivered the vote of thanks.

Professor Ganesh S Pai, eminent dermatologist and prolific orator, medical director of Derma Care, Skin and Cosmetology Centre, in the city delivered a lecture on 'Laser Hair Removal – What’s New'. It was an enlightening session and gave insights into newer modalities of treatment in laser hair reduction. The CME was well attended by staff, post graduates of medical and nursing departments of Father Muller Medical College Hospital.

 







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