Indian Transplant Newsletter. Vol.16 Issue No.50. March 2017 - June 2017

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3rd National Convention & Scientific Seminar on Organ Transplantation held in Dhaka, Bangladesh

The 3rd National Convention & Scientific Seminar on Organ Transplantation was held on 6th and 7th May 2017 at Dhaka, Bangladesh. The Society of Organ Transplantation (SOT), Bangladesh invited Dr. Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee and Dr. Sumana ...

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4th FORT-MF training on TRANSPLANT COORDINATION – Gurugram

4th FORT-MF training on TRANSPLANT COORDINATION – Gurugram A one-week training on 'TRANSPLANT COORDINATION' was held from April 11-15, 2017 at Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurugram. This was the fourth consecutive year the ...

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8th One Month Transplant Coordinators Training Programme – Chennai

8th One Month Transplant Coordinators Training Programme – Chennai MOHAN Foundation conducted a one-month Transplant Coordinators' Training Programme from 3rd to 27th May 2017 at MOHAN Foundation, Chennai. A total of 31 candidates from ...

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A Change of Heart

Starting with this issue of the Indian Transplant Newsletter, is a series of case studies on 'Difficult Donations.' The situations that will be presented in this series are those where organ donations seemed an impossibility, and yet have ...

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A Korean in Bangladesh

“You're eating with your fingers and with such ease,” I exclaimed intrigued when I first met Dr. Cheol Woong Jung at the 3 rd National Convention & Scientific Seminar on Organ Transplantation that was held on 6th & 7th May 2017 ...

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Asian perspectives on organ donation & transplantation - a midterm meeting of ISOT

A midterm meeting of Indian Society for Organ Transplantation (ISOT) was held in Chennai from 16-18 March 2017. The theme of the meeting was 'Asian perspectives on organ donation & transplantation.' The best of Asian perspectives was shared by ...

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Deceased Donation Combats Organ Trafficking

Throughout the world, nations with robust deceased organ donation systems tend to be less likely to become involved in human organ trafficking than those without. While this may appear an obvious statement, the reasons behind this phenomenon are ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 1, 1998

ITN Vol 1; Issue 1, 1998: Editorial Desk Indian Transplant Newsletter's first editorial. ITN was the first newsletter of its kind in India. “...For a 'national programme' to succeed a common platform is necessary. The purpose ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 2, 1999

The Promotion and Organisation of Organ and Tissue Donation in the South Thames Region, United Kingdom In 1999, transplant coordinators were an unknown entity in India. But MOHAN Foundation recognized the need for this cadre of healthcare ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 2, 1999

Need for Amending the Transplantation of Human Organs Act Of 1994 ITN and MOHAN Foundation began campaigning for amending the THO Act in 1999. The Act was finally amended in 2011. “...There is an overwhelming need to make certain ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 3, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 3, 1999 Patient Support Group Launched in Bombay TRIOMPH (Transplant Recipient's Indian Organisation Meant to Provide Hope) is the new patient support group started in 2017 for transplant recipients in Mumbai. ITN ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 3, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 3, 1999 Live Related Liver Transplants - A Beginning Made in India FORTE (Foundation for Organ Retrieval and Transplant Education) Bangalore was the first NGO to start work in the field of organ donation and ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 3, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 3, 1999 The Interview: She Gave Her All Loretta Andrews, 67, from USA became the first foreign national to be a deceased donor in India. She met with an accident in October 1998 in Chennai and was declared brain dead. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 3, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 3, 1999 The Bombay Experience with Cadaver Transplant- Past and Present One of the first people who wrote to ITN after the first issue of the Indian Transplant Newsletter was Padma Shri Dr. D.K. Karanjavala, M.S, FRCS ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 4, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 4, 1999 Editorial-Dissatisfaction of Cadaver Organ Families This editorial highlighted an early problem with the deceased organ donation programme - letters from families voicing dissatisfaction with the process of ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 4, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 4, 1999 Editorial-Annual Issue of the Newsletter ITN No. 4 was the first annual issue of the newsletter. It also contained the first ever compiled cadaver transplant figures from centres across our country (mostly ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 1, Issue 4, 1999

ITN Vol 1; Issue 4, 1999 Patient's Page-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mrs. Malathi Venkatesan, Trustee of MOHAN Foundation and TANKER Foundation was a kidney transplant recipient. This article was one of many in ITN by patients offering ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 31, 2010 - 2011

ITN Vol 10; Issue 31, 2010-2011 Successful liver transplants at Government Stanley Hospital, Chennai The Government Stanley Hospital was the first government hospital in India to perform a successful liver transplant. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 32, 2011

ITN Vol 10; Issue 33, 2011 Eye of the Tiger A week before he passed away, Indian cricketing great 'Tiger' Pataudi reminded his family about donating his eye if anything were to happen to him. And the family rose above their grief and ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 33, 2011

ITN Vol 10; Issue 32, 2011 First Muslim Body Donor in Assam The Ellora Vigyan Mancha (EVM), is a voluntary organization, which is doing exemplary work in creating awareness about body and organ donation in Assam. Mr. Isfaqur Rahman, ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 34, 2011 - 2012

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 34, 2011 - 2012

ITN Vol 10; Issue 34, 2011 – 2012 EDITORIAL DESK Is there a Positive Shift in Attitude to Donate Organs in the Country? In the last five years, we have seen a positive shift in the attitude of the people in Chennai and ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 35, 2012

ITN Vol 10; Issue 35, 2012 Facebook's Organ Donation Initiative Facebook users who are already organ donors can add that information to their profile page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg unveiled an initiative in May 2012 to use the vast ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 35, 2012

ITN Vol 10; Issue 35, 2012 Organ donation tattoo Shah-e-Tara Jasrotia, 64, from Delhi has given a whole new meaning to getting a tattoo. The faded green lettering, in Hindi, across her arm is a tattoo which she got done nearly 35 years ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 10, Issue 36, 2012

ITN Vol 10; Issue 36, 2012 A Recipient Speaks…. Civil engineer and IT professional Sushma Shinde's life changed in July 2008 when she had a septic abortion, because of which she had complete loss of kidney function. But then she ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 37, 2012 - 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 37, 2012-2013 Sant Sangama - Multi Religious Confluence on Organ Donation             A religious meet “Sant Sangama” was organized by MOHAN ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 37, 2012 - 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 37, 2012-2013 2012- An Eventful Year For Deceased Organ Donation in India The deceased organ donation and transplantation programme in India showed an encouraging upswing in 2012. Concerted efforts by the central and ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 37, 2012 - 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 37, 2012-2013 Nancy Spaeth – 4 Kidney Transplants and Going Strong Nancy Spaeth from USA – a registered nurse, mother of two and recipient of four kidney transplants - this is what you will get if you ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 37, 2012 - 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 37, 2012-2013 India's First Comic Book on Organ Donation So many ways to educate and engage the young. Shatayu is an NGO in Ahmedabad working in the field of voluntary organ donation came out with a comic book to ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 37, 2012 - 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 37, 2012-2013 First Successful Intestinal Transplant in India India's first ever successful intestinal transplant took place on November 24, 2012. “… This transplant surgery was performed at Gurgaon's ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 38, 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 38, 2013 British Medical Journal Praises Tamil Nadu's Deceased Organ Donation Programme Tamil Nadu's Deceased Organ Donation programme came in for praise in the April 2013 edition of the reputed British Medical Journal ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 38, 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 38, 2013 Thoughts of a Donor Family – Living On... A beautiful tribute to deceased donor Savita Harish by her sister-in-law Dr. Vidya Viswanath “…This is a tribute to Savita Harish - a ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 12, Issue 39, 2013

ITN Vol 12; Issue 39, 2013 Lessons to Learn From Korea for the Asian Deceased Donor Transplant Programme The star of the deceased donation programme in Asia is currently South Korea. “… In 2003, the deceased organ ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 13, Issue 40, 2013 - 2014

ITN Vol 13; Issue 40, 2013-2014 Indian-origin doctor working on new organ preservation solution Dr. Hemant Thatte, a senior cardiovascular surgeon at Harvard University, who was born in Mumbai and raised in Pune, has worked out a ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 13, Issue 42, 2014

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 13, Issue 42, 2014

ITN Vol 13; Issue 42, 2014 A Braveheart's Wife Saves Lives When Mr.Hemant Karkare, Chief of Maharashtra's Anti-Terrorist Squad, died in the terrorist attack in Mumbai on 26th November 2008, the nation mourned the brave heart. His wife ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 13, Issue 42, 2014

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 13, Issue 42, 2014

ITN Vol 13; Issue 42, 2014 A Recipient Family speaks A touching account by Hvovi Minocherhomji's mother Armaity. Hvovi not only leads a full life today after her heart transplant but also trained to qualify as a transplant coordinator ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 43, 2014 - 2015

Editorial Desk MOHAN Foundation signs landmark MoU with NHS Blood and Transplant, UK to increase organ donation rate in India and UK ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 43, 2014 - 2015

ITN Vol 14; Issue 43, 2014-2015 Dr. Gomathy Narasimhan – India's first woman multi-organ transplant surgeon She is a doctor who actually wanted to be an engineer! Gomathy Narasimhan, 41, India's first woman multi-organ ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 43, 2014 - 2015

ITN Vol 14; Issue 43, 2014-2015 First Successful Hand Transplant in India You have to hand it to Dr Subramania Iyer and team for achieving another first! “…India's first hand transplant was carried out successfully at ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 43, 2014 - 2015

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 44, 2015

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 45, 2015

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 14, Issue 45, 2015

ITN Vol 14; Issue 45, 2015  Organ Donation and Transplantation in South Africa: What Can India Learn? Simone Schriger (USA), a Thomas J. Watson Fellow visited MOHAN Foundation, Chennai in 2015. She was on an observership examining ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 15, Issue 46, 2015 - 2016

ITN Vol 15; Issue 46, 2015-2016 A Recipient Speaks Mr. Faisal Abdullah Malik from Pakistan underwent a successful heart transplant on 2nd January 2015 in Chennai. He shared his experience in a heart warming letter. “…I ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 15, Issue 46, 2015 - 2016

ITN Vol 15; Issue 46, 2015-2016 77 Kidney Paired Donation Transplantation in 2015 at IKDRC-ITS, Ahmedabad, India ITN also features scientific articles. This one by Dr Vivek Kute describes the experience of the Institute of Kidney ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 16, Issue 49, 2016 - 2017

ITN Vol 16; Issue 49, 2016-2017 MOHAN Foundation Organises Organ Donation and Transplantation Symposium at the 6th National Bioethics Conference, Pune This was a landmark symposium on the ethical issues surrounding organ donation and ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 16, Issue 49, 2016 - 2017

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 16, Issue 49, 2016 - 2017

ITN Vol 16; Issue 49, 2016-2017 Three 'Firsts' in One Issue Three “firsts” in the pages of the 49th issue of ITN highlighted the spread of organ transplantation services across India First heart transplant successfully ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 16, Issue 49, 2016 - 2017

ITN Vol 16; Issue 49, 2016-2017 Donation after circulatory death – Challenges in India Kidneys from donors after cardiac arrest can serve as a useful adjunct in deceased donor programme. Dr. Ashish Sharma describes his experience ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 2, Issue 5, 2000

ITN Vol 2; Issue 5, 2000 Editorial - Memorial Service for Donor Families in Chennai In 1999 MOHAN Foundation held the first donor family felicitation programme in Chennai, honouring the families of 21 deceased donors. “...It ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 2, Issue 6, 2000

ITN Vol 2; Issue 6, 2000 Workshop for Intensivists Held in Chennai In 2000 MOHAN Foundation organized the first workshop for intensivists in Chennai – a pioneering initiative that has since been replicated across India today. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 2, Issue 6, 2000

ITN Vol 2; Issue 6, 2000 Cadaver Transplantation in India A data collection problem that still continues to this day! “... Despite our constant reminders many centers undertaking cadaver transplantation failed to provide ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 2, Issue 7, 2000

ITN Vol 2; Issue 7, 2000 Inaugural speech of His Holiness Pope John Paul II (XVIII International Congress of the Transplantation Society) Pope John Paul II provided an insight into the thinking of the Roman Catholic Church on the ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 2, Issue 7, 2000

ITN Vol 2; Issue 7, 2000 Brain Death and organ donation (Case Study - Money or Organ Exchange) This issue contained the first of a series of case studies of real-life situations addressing legal, ethical and moral issues surrounding ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 3, Issue 10, 2001

ITN Vol 3; Issue 10, 2001 Painting Competition on Organ Donation – Picture Perfect MOHAN Foundation pioneered initiatives to engage young people with the concept of organ donation. “... A picture is worth a thousand ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 3, Issue 9, 2001

ITN Vol 3; Issue 9, 2001 Working Together – INOS Meet in Chennai It was the spirit of sharing that brought about the formation of the “Initiative for Organ Sharing Group” in Chennai in 1999 and it is the same spirit ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 4, Issue 15, 2003

ITN Vol 4; Issue 15, 2003 3rd August to be observed as Heart Transplantation Day in India Dr. P. Venugopal performed India's first successful heart transplant on 3rd August 1994 at AIIMS, New Delhi. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 5, Issue 14, 2003 - ITN Vol 15, Issue 48, 2016

ITN Vol 5; Issue 14, 2003 and ITN Vol 15; Issue 48, 2016 Mrs. Kannambal & Dr. Gomathi Karmegam – An Unbreakable Bond Two stories in different issues of ITN 13 years apart had an unexpected and heart warming link. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 5, Issue 16, 2003-2004

ITN Vol 5; Issue 16, 2003-2004 Ready, Set…Go! MOHAN Foundation organized the VIII All India Transplant Games & First SAARC Transplant Games in 2003. Almost 40 patients from Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bangladesh and even ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 5, Issue 16, 2003-2004

ITN Vol 5; Issue 16, 2003-2004 In 2000 actor Madhavan became the first MOHAN Foundation ambassador to make a public service film endorsing organ donation in English, Hindi and Tamil. “… (Madhavan) was there rooting for the ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 6, Issue 19, 2005

ITN Vol 6; Issue 19, 2005 For a Great Charity, a Small Acknowledgement MOHAN Foundation organized the first donor family felicitation programme in Hyderabad in 2004 giving a much needed impetus to the deceased organ donation movement in ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 6, Issue 19, 2005

ITN Vol 6; Issue 19, 2005 Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram Walks the Talk MOHAN Foundation's Country Director Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram was championing the cause of organ donation in Hyderbad since 2002. In January 2004, when her 19-year-old son Swamy ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 6, Issue 19, 2005

ITN Vol 6; Issue 19, 2005 Ordinary People Do Extraordinary Work A moving function honouring the relatives of organ donors was held in the Scudder Auditorium at Christian Medical College, Vellore on 9th October 2004. ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 6, Issue 20,21, 2005

ITN Vol 6; Issue 20/21, 2005 Kolkata on the Cadaver Donation Map With two cadaver renal transplantations, Kolkata joined the deceased organ donation movement in 2005. Although this movement is yet to find its wings in the eastern region ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 7, Issue 22/23, 2006

ITN Vol 7; Issue 22/23, 2006 Religion and Organ Donation (Hinduism) In 2006 ITN started a series of articles of religion and organ donation. Starting with Hinduism, the series included perspectives on organ donation from Christianity, ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 7, Issue 25, 2007

ITN Vol 7; Issue 25, 2007 Organ donation in India - Impressions of a Dutch student This personal account written by Mieke von Kollenburg, a student of Health Information from Netherlands offered an interesting “outsider's” ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 8, Issue 27, 2008 - 2009

ITN Vol 8; Issue 27, 2008 – 2009 The Hithendran Effect Few stories captured the imagination of the people of Tamil Nadu as that of young Hithendran. It was a landmark in the history of public awareness of deceased organ donation ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 8, Issue 27, 2008 - 2009

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 9, Issue 28, 2009 - 2010

ITN Vol 9; Issue 28, 2009 – 2010 Kidney Federation Initiative by Catholic Priest Following Father Davis Chiramel's altruistic example industrialist Kochouseph Chittilappilly donated his kidney to a truck driver “Father ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 9, Issue 28, 2009 - 2010

ITN Vol 9; Issue 28, 2009-2010 “Rally for Life” MOHAN Foundation organised a motor bike rally to promote organ donation awareness on 09.09.09 at 09:09:09 am by Commissioner of Police Mr. T. Rajendran, IPS from Loyola ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 9, Issue 28, 2009 - 2010

ITN Vol 9; Issue 28, 2009-2010 Transplant Coordinators Training Course - An Important Milestone in India MOHAN Foundation began its signature Transplant Coordinators' Training Programmes in December 2009. Till June 2017, forty six ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 9, Issue 29, 2010

ITN Vol 9; Issue 29, 2010 Man Devotes Son’s First Birthday to Increase Awareness About Organ Donation “…Initially I had only intended to get an organ donor card. However, I did not think I was doing enough. So I decided ...

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Down Memory Lane - ITN Vol 9, Issue 29, 2010

ITN Vol 9; Issue 29, 2010 We Are One… Sqn Ldr (Dr). Ravi Wankhede made an altruistic kidney donation to his friend. The President of India, Smt. Pratibha Patil invited and felicitated them at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in 2010. Dr ...

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Dr. Sumana Navin felicitated on International Women's Day

Dr. Sumana Navin felicitated on International Women's Day At a glittering function held on 8th March 2017, at the TNCA Club, Chennai, Dr. Sumana Navin, Course Director, MOHAN Foundation, received the Women's Day Award, instituted by Inner ...

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Editorial Desk

It's Gold The 50th issue of the Indian Transplant Newsletter is here! Will we ever do a hand transplant in India, we wondered, when we carried the news of the first hand transplant in the world performed in September 1998 in France and ...

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Faith and organ donation – an ongoing journey

“Faith is for doing good, faith gives you strength,” these words echoed throughout my childhood as my parents encouraged me to learn about Sikhism and about the importance of faith. I didn't appreciate at the time, the impact these ...

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MOHAN Foundation, Hyderabad completes 15 years

Late 2001, when I was itching to do something more than eye donation work, The Hindu newspaper brought me good news. The headline in the bottom of the first page read “Liver Transplants in city soon”. “Liver Transplants”, my ...

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Mr. Sudhir Dewan honoured on World Health Day

Mr. Sudhir Dewan honoured on World Health Day On 7th April 2017 on the occasion of World Health Day, Mr. Vijay Kumar, Secretary General, Chandigarh Tourism Club invited Mr. Sudhir Dewan, Director-North, MOHAN Foundation to honour him for his ...

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Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram receives ''Womentor'' Award

Mrs. Lalitha Raghuram receives ''Womentor'' Award Confederation of Women Entrepreneurs of India (AP Chapter) recognised meritorious services rendered by Women in different fields and honoured them as "Womentor" 2017. As a Social Activist ...

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My Experience of Angels of Change (AoC) Volunteer Training Program on Organ Donation

Angels of Change MOHAN Foundation has launched a unique programme called “Angels of Change” in which selected volunteers are taken through a customised training module to enable them to undertake awareness initiatives on organ ...

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National Data - Deceased Organ Donation and Transplantation

Statistics National Data - Deceased Organ Donation and Transplantation In the last five years, the country has seen a four-fold increase in the number of deceased organ donors as well as the number of solid organs retrieved from ...

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Organ failure and transplantation - Perspectives of caregivers

Perspective of S.V. Venkatesan, husband of Late Malathi Venkatesan My wife Malathi Venkatesan was an ordinary homemaker affected by kidney failure at the age of 46 years with no known reason. She was put on dialysis in 1993 and had a kidney ...

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Round-table discussion on End of Life Care in Mathura

A round-table discussion on 'End of Life Care in India: Connecting the Dots, Building a Coalition' was organised at Nayati Medicity on 29 th & 30th April 2017 at Mathura. It brought together senior doctors across specialties, lawyers, ...

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Thomas E. Starzl - Surgeon, Scientist, and Man of Letters

Tom Starzl, as he was known, will be forever recalled, researched, and googled for his profound impact on Transplantation. He pioneered liver, small bowel and multivisceral transplants. In the process, he revolutionized He patology and ...

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Transplant Coordinators' Training Programme – Bhopal

Training Programme MOHAN Foundation conducted Transplant Coordinators' Training Programmes under the aegis of National Organ & Tissue Transplant Organisation (NOTTO), Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and ...

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