World AIDS Day: If the name of the deadliest diseases is taken after the corona virus in the world, then human immunodeficiency virus i.e. HIV or AIDS is there. It is said about AIDS that it is an incurable disease. Its vaccine has not yet been made. A person who comes in its grip once, gets treatment for his whole life. Experts believe that if this disease is detected at an early stage, then it may not be as effective. There is also a fact that around 37 million people are alive with AIDS all over the world.
World AIDS Day is celebrated every year on 1st December all over the world. Under which awareness programs are organized in every country of the world to prevent this disease. In this, people are also told about AIDS symptoms and prevention.
Street play at IMA
On Wednesday, ‘World AIDS Day’ was celebrated at the Indian Medical Association located in the River Bank area of Lucknow. Under which free awareness camp, poster exhibition and street play were organized. IMA Lucknow President Dr. Manish Tandon said, “Prevention is very important for diseases like AIDS. Today, in the free camp, about 50 children attended Paramedical Institute and Nursing Home. The staff of ) made the public aware through posters and street plays. Dr. JD Rawat, Dr. Anita Singh, Dr. Saraswati Devi, Dr. Rakesh Kumar Srivastava, Dr. Virendra Kumar Yadav, Dr. Archana Jain and Dr. Poonam Mishra were present on this occasion.
KGMU took out cycle rally
In view of AIDS Day, King George Medical University (KGMU) organized ‘AIDS and Blood Donation Awareness Rally’ at Raj Bhavan. Chief guest Governor Anandi Ben Patel flagged off the cycle rally. On this occasion, Anandi Ben Patel informed people about AIDS symptoms and prevention. Along with this, Medical Education and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Khanna was also present as a special guest in the program. Apart from this, all the doctors including Vice Chancellor Lt Gen (R) Dr. Bipin Puri, Registrar Dr. Ashutosh Dubey, CMS Dr. SN Shankhwar, Dr. AK Tripathi and Dr. Ashish Srivastava were present.
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