Raipur: Chhattisgarh Government isstarting a mobile clinic for sickle cell anaemia patients inthe state, official sources said Thursday. Chief Minister Raman Singh will inaugurate the mobileclinic on June 19, the World Sickle Cell Anaemia AwarenessDay, at the B R Ambedkar Hospital.
The clinic, having a doctor, a counsellor andtechnician, would be equipped with all relevant machines,tools and medicines, P K Patra, Head of Bio-ChemistryDepartment at the college, said. Under the project, the clinic would visit schools andscreen children. The students will be given information andbasic treatment to those affected. If required, the affectedchildren would be referred to medical experts for furthertreatment, he said. PTI
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