To mark World Thyroid Day and International Women’s Health Day, HLL Lifecare Limited will organise a full day, free thyroid camp for Thyroid patients at their Hindlabs Diagnostic Centre and Specialty Clinic at Sopanam TRIDA Complex, opposite Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College on May 28, Sunday. Preference will be given to patients already diagnosed with thyroid disease and those on treatment for thyroid disorders, on a first come first serve policy.
The camp, that will be open to the public from 9 am to 5 pm, will offer free consultation by renowned doctor Dr Arun Sasikumar, MD (PGIMER), FEBNM, FANMB. Registration is free for the first hundred visitors and free thyroid medications for one month will be offered to the first hundred registered hypothyroid patients.
While World Thyroid Day is observed on May 25, International Women’s Health Day falls on May 28. Thyroid cancer is the second most common cancer after breast cancer among women, as per the national cancer registry programme (population based cancer registries) report for the year 2012-2014 in Thiruvananthapuram district. Hindlabs has ensured an improvement in the infrastructure to treat thyroid cancer patients in the capital.
Patients can register for the camp by contacting 9400027969 or 0471-2443445 between 9 am and 5 pm from Monday to Saturday.
Thyroid function test (S.TSH, T3, T4) will be available at 25 per cent discount of our existing rates till May 27 to the general public. Also, the first follow up consultation within two weeks will be free.
May 17: Education should be based on values and culture, and students must grow and learn in a disciplined environment in campuses, Shri E Sreedharan, National President of Foundation for Restoration of National Values (FRNV), has said.
Addressing the FRNV meeting organised at ASHA Care Homes, Thycaud, on Tuesday, the Metro Man said that a child’s change and transformation starts from school and hence there should be strong movement for promoting discipline in school and college campuses. “Educational institutions should be kept out of politics,” he added.
“Since children are the future citizens of the country, they should be taught to respect our country and constitution,” said Shri Sreedharan.
At the meeting, he also evaluated the ‘My City Project’ – a CSR initiative of HLL on integrated solid waste management in Kowdiar. FRNV joined hands with HLL in 2013 for promoting the project. Senior officials of HLL and Kerala Charter Director Dr Ayyappan were also present at the meeting.
Shri Sreedharan expressed his appreciation of the ‘My City’ project and said it can be replicated in other areas.
The FRNV is an organisation for setting social values, ethics and responsible living through continuous value education.