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Health Check-up concludes at Press Club

Nearly hundred journalist have attended a general health check-up and awareness camp in Guwahati Press Club on Saturday (June 4), where most of them have shown their satisfactory rating of blood pressure and other related parameter. Of course, some other test reports including that of haemoglobin will be available at later date.


Organised with the support from Apollo Clinic Guwahati the camp was open for all member-journalists of the press club. The day long camp was supervised by Rajeev Chandak and Roshan Kankani, directors of Apollo Clinic Guwahati, where Dr Rakesh Periwal and Dr Namrata Barman checked the health status of the attending journalists. They were assisted by coordinator Susmita das with technicians Geetanjali Barman, Mahendra and Nayanmoni.

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Senior journalist based in Guwahati.

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