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Regional Dialysis Centre phase II opened at Aluva

Published: 31st March 2013 10:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st March 2013 10:48 AM   |  A+A-

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Actor Mohanlal opened the second phase of the Regional Dialysis Centre set up at the District Hospital in Aluva, on Saturday. The centre was constructed utilising P Rajeeve’s MPLADS fund. P Rajeeve MP announced that a charitable trust under his patronage will be set up in association with Sasidharan Kartha of Cochin Minerals and Rutile Limited (CMRL).

Once the trust is formed, it will cater to the  financial needs of patients who require transplantion surgery, by alloting the required amount from the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund. The trust will also aid in the providing the drugs needed post surgery. Rajeeve added that that a private firm has offered offer to provide job for the person on whom the dialysis patient is dependent on. Mohanlal who inaugurated the event praised P Rajeeve’s humanitarian efforts for the poor. Meanwhile, Eldhose Kunnapilly said that `40 lakhs has been sanctioned for the first Comprehensive Haemophilia Care Centre which will be set up at the District Hospital, Aluva. 



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