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Homeopathy Medical Camp & Awareness ProgrammeA free Homeopathic Medical Camp and Awareness Programme was organized at VK BORL Hospital, Bina on 4th December’ 2016 Sunday from 12:00 Noon to 04:00 PM.

Shri Arvind Sharma, Dy. Director, Dept. of Industrial Safety & Health (DISH), Bhopal was the Chief Guest Shri Ratnakar Behra, Sr. VP-BORL and Shri U. C. Upadhyay, Jt Sr. VP-HR BORL were guest of honor.

Dr M Zakariya Siddique, Renowned Homeopath & Managing Director, New Life Laboratories Pvt. Ltd, Bhopal addressed the gathering and said that patients should share their disease history with doctor in detail without hesitation to identify the proper line of treatment. 

Dr Sangeeta Jain, Visiting Homeopathy Consultant, VK BORL Hospital, Bina and Dr M Zakariya Siddique, Bhopal and his team of Homeopathy Doctors (Dr Nauseen Khan, Dr Gulnaz Khan, Dr Asha Kushwaha, Dr Washim, Dr Hanzilla Anwar) examined 280 patients of different diseases like skin disease, respiratory tract infection and arthritis along with acute and chronic diseases.

The doctors treated the patients with holistic healing remedies of Homeopathy and gave advice to patients for preventive, conservative approach and free of cost Homeopathic medicines were distributed to the patients which were prescribed by the concerned homeopathy physician.

Homeopathy Companies: New Life Homeopathy, Baksons Homeopathy, BJain Pharmaccuticals, Adven Biotech Pvt. Ltd. & SBL companies distributed homeopathy medicine free of cost to patients as per prescription of doctors.

Programme Details: Smt Rakhi Garewal and Smt Sunita Pandey started the event with Mangalacharnam, Shri Girish Kumar Pal compared the whole event of stage. Shri Vishwas Saxena, AVP-HR delivered vote of thanks to all for active participation and making it a success.

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