Homeopaths offer to serve affected areas in Madurai district

Published: 15th June 2012 09:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2012 09:29 AM   |  A+A-

A Gopalakrishnan, Principal, Government Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital, Madurai, said that he, along with his team, was ready to conduct medical camps in dengue prevalent areas in the district.

A team of doctors and house surgeons from the government homeopathy hospital conducted a camp at the GRH here on Thursday.

A team, led by Dr Gopalakrishnan, as part of a preventive measure against dengue distributed homeopathy medicines to as many as 600 persons including nursing students, paramedical staff and nurses of the hospital.

Shortly after the camp, the doctor said that they have enough stock of medicines and homeopaths were ready to serve the people in dengue prone areas.

 “We have distributed Rhus tox 200 and Eupatorium per 200 medicines. The same medicines will be provided in dengue prone areas also,” he added. Speaking about the past experience in controlling the prevalence of dengue, the doctor said that they had already proved that homeopathy medicines were effective in preventing the killer fever.

“We conducted camps in Kanyakumari in 2003, when there was a dengue outbreak in that district. We played our part effectively in controlling the dengue,” he said.

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