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Eye check-up camp concludes at press club

Two senior eye specialists namely Dr Subhra Kinkor Goswami and Dr Bijuli Goswami, associated with Sight First eye-clinic, today checked the eyes of the member-journalists of Guwahati Press Club and provided free consultation & preliminary treatments for them. Over 45 scribes along with their family members participated in the evening clinic, where most of them were advised to follow some guidelines to protect and prolong their eye sights. Sight First employees Ramen Haloi, Bapan Paul with Paresh Das and Soan Das assisted the ophthalmologists in conducting the camp.

The next (10 December 2016) evening OPD under the series of ‘Evening with a Doctor’ programs will be attended by Dr KN Srinivasan, consultant cardiologist from Apollo Hospitals, Chennai. The clinic will begin at 4 pm and continue till 6 pm.

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