Premier National Ancient Ayurvedic institute to organized Blood Donation and Free Health Check-up Camp on 6th March 2017
Bangalore 6th March 2017:In the memory of Late Dr. Uma Shankar Tiwari, D.S. Research Centre has organized a Blood Donation and Free Health Check-up Camp in association with Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology Blood Bank on 6thMarch 2017 from 10 a.m. till 1:30 p.m. at D.S. Research Centre, 53, Shirdi Sai Mandir Road, Cambridge Layout, Bangalore.
The event was being inaugurated by paying homage to our late founder Dr Uma Shankar Tiwari. It was overwhelming to experience an active participation of 40volunteers who had come forward to donate blood and also for free health-check-up on the occasion. A total of 27 units of blood were being collected and handed over to Kidwai Memorial Institute of Oncology Blood Bank through this camp. The participants were given a free health check-up too under the guidance of our Ayurvedacharrya Dr. Nirmala and Dietitian Ms Pooja C.
Dr Geethanjali Mada (Clinic – in – charge medical) says “The gift of blood is the gift of life. Blood donation is a generous act. In our Country, someone requires blood every 2 seconds and one donation can potentially save 3 lives. The first and foremost advantage of donating blood is no doubt the exhilarating feeling of saving someone’s life. It helps both the donor and the recipients. It reduces the risk of heart attack and improves cardiac health, replineshes blood, burns calories. Hence everyone should come forward and donate blood and save valuable lives. D.S. Research Centre is conducting blood donation and awareness campaign as a service to mankind.”
D. S. Research Center is a premier research institute developing treatments through the Science of Nutrient Energy based on Ancient Ayurveda in India for Cancer. D.S. Research Center was established in the year of 1965 under the guidance of Dr. Uma Shankar Tiwari and Prof. Shiva Shankar Trivedi. The contribution of D. S. Research Center towards cancer treatment has not only created a stir in India but has also reached to international countries. Its success has been phenomenal. Today it has five units throughout the country. They are located at: Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh), Kolkata (West Bengal), Guwahati (Assam), Bangalore (Karnataka) Mumbai (Maharashtra). New clinics in all the zones of India are in the immediate organizational agenda at places like Delhi, Silchar, Siliguri, Bangladesh etc.
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