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124 units of blood collected at camp

124 units of blood collected at camp

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Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, July 8

In a collaborative effort with PIMS Hospital and Kidney Hospital, city-based NGO Eduyouth Foundation organised a blood donation camp at Gurdwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha, Urban Estate Phase 1. The event saw an enthusiastic response from donors, with a total of 124 units of blood collected.

Doctors from both hospitals commended the foundation’s commitment to community welfare and expressed eagerness to conduct future medical camps together. Harminder Singh, president of Gurdwara Sahib, and Mandeep Singh, Superintendent of Jalandhar Municipal Corporation, graced the occasion as guests of honour.

Kanwar Sartaj Singh, president of the foundation, emphasised the organisation’s dedication to assisting cancer and thalassemia patients. He stressed the importance of ensuring affordable medical care for all.

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