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Spiritual health is also important with science: Prof. P S Yadapadithaya

Mangalore: Mangalore University is trying its best to reach out to the community. Programs with the active participation of everyone are more effective,” Mangalore University Vice Chancellor Prof P. Subrahmanya Yadapadithaya commented.

He was speaking after inaugurating a Free Health and Cancer Testing and Information Camp held at the Jana Shikshana Trust premises on Wednesday in association with the District Unit of the Indian Red Cross, Mangalore University Village Adoption Project, Youth Red Cross Unit, NSS, Yenepoya (Deemed) University and Jana Shikshana Trust. “Along with intellectual and social health, spiritual health is also important, “he said.

Yenepoya (Deemed) University Vice Chancellor Dr. M Vijay Kumar said that the varsity will extend its Cancer Awareness Outreach Program to the entire state, and 4,000 NSS officers are being trained for the purpose. He informed that Tata Trust, Mumbai has donated a Cancer Hospital to Mangalore and it would start functioning by next month.

Mahatma Gandhi NREGA Director N. Sheena Shetty expressed concern over plastic waste, saying that it is difficult to achieve health unless it focuses on water hygiene and cleanliness. In his presidential address, District President of the Indian Red Cross, CA. Shantharam Shetty unveiled the next project of the Red Cross to provide free blood to BPL card holders in government hospitals.

Jana Shikshana Trust Co-director Krishna Moolya, Mangalore University Village Adoption program Coordinator Dr. Prashanth Naik, NSS Program Officer Govindaraju BM, Youth Red Cross Program Officer of Yenepoya Nursing College Nithyashree BV, Yenepoya Nursing College Principal Dr. Lina K. C were present.

Red Cross District Subcommittee Director Sacheth Suvarna delivered introductory remarks. Mangalore University Youth Red Cross Program Officer Dr. Parameshwara welcomed the guests while Mangalore University Red Cross Nodal Officer Dr. Ganapathi Gowda rendered vote of Thanks. Material Science Assistant Professor Dr. Vishwanath T mastered the ceremony.

Yenepoya Medical College community cancer specialist Dr. Ibrahim Naganur, a gynaecologist Cancer specialist at Yenepoya Medical College Dr. Mariam Anjum Iftekhar and a team of doctors conducted the cancer screening and information camp. More than a hundred took advantage of the camp.

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