2014-Camps

Patients were examined and given free medications.Next camp is scheduled on 25th Jan 2015.
NationalFree Epilepsy Camp was held later during the day. patients were given free medications for a month. The next camp
Epilepsy camp was held at Pragati charities. Antiepileptic medicines were distributed. There are 200 mentally challenged orphans. 40 of them
101 patients with stroke were examined , given free medicines for one and half month. Few patients underwent blood investigation.
Free epilepsy camp was held. Patients were given free medicines. the next camp is scheduled on Nov 23rd .
Free stroke camp was held. 95 patients were given free medications and few underwent blood investigation. Women as patients and
Campaign was held. Epilepsy patients were given free consultation and medicines for a month. To mark the event balloons were
98 patients with stroke were examined and given free medications which included antiplatelets, statins, antihypertensives and symptomatic medications. The next
Free epilepsy camp was held at Pragati charities. There are 220 mentally challenged children with over 30 children with epilepsy.
96 patients with stroke were examined and given free medications The next scheduled camp is on 6th July.
94 patients with stroke were examined and given free medications which included antiplatelets, statins, antihypertensives and symptomatic medications. The next
100 patients were examined, given free drugs and underwent blood investigations. The next camp is scheduled for 11th May 2014.
Free medical camp was held at Axon Neuro and Rehab care for stroke patients on 16th march 2014. 100 patients
Free medical camp was held on 2nd march 2014; around 86 patients attended the programme. Patients were given free consultation
Free medical camp was held in Red Cross spastic society on 29th Jan 2014. There are around 120 spastic children
Free stroke camp was held on 27th Jan 2014 at Dr Bindu Menon foundation. Patients were given free consultation and
Free medical camp was held in Pragati charities.Children with epilepsy were examined and given free medicines.A small function as part