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Editorial (Dr SS Agarwal, Dr K K Aggarwal)
31st  May 2016
Organ Donation Awareness must start in Schools
Dr Harsha Jauhari, Recipient of Dr BC Roy National Award in conversation with Dr KK Aggarwal

How does it feel to be conferred with one of the most prestigious awards in the medical field?
Many professionals  have been working tirelessly and selflessly in the field of Transplantation. I can only humbly accept this award on their behalf.

Tell me about your journey so far.
After graduating from AFMC (Pune) in 1972, and completing my MS in General Surgery in 1976, from GSVM Medical College, Kanpur, I went to UK, where after FRCS, I underwent training, at the Institute of Urology, London, in Transplantation Surgery, which was still in a nascent stage. 

I came back to India in 1988 and set up Transplant Centers in three states, first at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, followed by one at Noida Medicare Center, Noida, UP and then at Artemis Healthcare Institute, Gurgaon.
What has been your experience regarding kidney transplants.

I have been involved in almost 5000 kidney transplants and have pioneered transplant in diabetes, post-CABG, HBsAg-positive and hepatitis C patients.  I have also been instrumental in a number of surgical innovations, which are now standard practice.
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IMA, DMC and HCFI appeal to the medical fraternity to actively prescribe staying away
from active and passive smoking to all their patients
New Delhi, May 30, 2016: According to the World Health Organization, tobacco consumption is the second leading cause of death and fourth leading cause of diseases worldwide. As per the recently released Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS-India 2010), about 35 per cent of the adults in India consume tobacco in some form or the other.

"Tobacco use can trigger an onset of life-threatening non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like ischemic heart diseases, cancers, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases and its increasing incidence must be curbed.
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