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Health Check up Camp

Youth for Humanity, a Guwahati based Non Governmental Organisation  organised a free health check up camp on 19th July at Kalyan Bhawan in Ganeshguri . This health camp was organised in association with Apollo Clinic and supported by Shree Kalyan Charitable Trust. Dr Mithun Bhartia, Dr Pranita Thakuria, Dr Ruhini Kumari, Dr Nitin Agarwal and Dr M Gayatri attended the health camp and extended their services. More than 150 individuals were benefitted from the camp. Apart from the free health check up there was test for sugar and blood grouping for the individuals. Youth for Humanity is comprised of students and youths from different parts of the city. Youth for Humanity shall conduct similar health check up camp in different parts of the city in near future; this has been stated in a press statement.

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