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NGOs should concentrate on non-communicable diseases: Kiran Walia
A special session will be organized on 'Sex after 65' and 'Sex for patients with heart diseases' besides a session on Cardiac First Aid by the Heart Care Foundation of India in the Darbar in association with MCD South.

IN HER message to Heart Care Foundation of India, Prof. Kiran Walia, Minister of Social Welfare, Women & Child Development and Languages Government of NCT Delhi, said that NGOs and private sector as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities should concentrate on non-communicable diseases.

She also said that in the forthcoming unique, Dil Ka Darbar being organised by Heart Care Foundation of India at Talkatora Stadium on Sunday, 23rd September, 2012, thousands of heart patients will avail facilities like free checkup, tele-cardiology consultations and non-stop interactions with top cardiologists of the city.

Giving the details about the Dil Ka Darbar, Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India said that the Darbar will have not only free cardiology check-up facilities but will also have sessions on ‘How to reduce the cases of cardiac interventions’.

A special session on Cardiac First Aid will be organised by the Heart Care Foundation of India in the Darbar in association with MCD South. A large number of doctors and nurses will also be participating in the event to understand patient-doctor interaction.

A special session will be organized on ‘Sex after 65’ and ‘Sex for patients with heart diseases’.

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