Rangers set up free Medical Camp

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As many as 1700 patients including children, women and senior citizens were provided free medical treatment along with medicines at a Medical Camp organized by Pakistan Rangers Sindh in Kemari area’s Majeed Colony.
According to a statement on Wednesday, free tests/screening of hepatitis C, B, HIV/Aids, and other tests facilities were provided to the patients.
A team of doctors including male and female general physicians, Cardiolost specialist, orthopaedic, opticians and pediatricians examined the patients at the camp.—APP

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