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JCI holds free blood sugar check-up camp

Published On : 11 Apr 2018   |  Reported By : canaranews network


Mangaluru: JCI along with Anuyash Aarogya Pratishthan, an organization to fight the mission ‘Diabetes Free India’, celebrated World Health Day by organisng free blood sugar check-up camp at Maruthi Info Services, Hampankatta.

Pashupathi Sharma, ZVP, Zone XV, JCI India, and Anil Kumar, former president and EVP, JCI India inaugurated the camp. Shylaja A Rao, president of JCI Mangaluru, extended her heartfelt gratitude to all those for making the event a success. Dr Rahul T G, coordinator of the camp and Akshatha Kamath saw that camp functioned

More than 150 people participated in the check-up camp. Shweetha Jain, secretary thanked the gathering for helping in making the camp a fruitful one.







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