Thalassemics India´s Activities 2016-18

Thalassemics India's 31st Annual General Meeting held on 02 October,18'

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On the occasion of ''World Thalassemia Day''Thalassemics India

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Thalassemics India is pleased to inform you about the Thalassemia Clinic

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The Annual General meeting was held on 03 December,2017 at Constitution Club,

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Seminar on the Policy Interventions for the Evolving Needs of Thalassemics in India,

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Thalassemics India organised a fund raiser event on 6th May 2017 at Orana Resorts

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The 6th International Conference on Thalassemia held on 24th - 25th September, 2016.

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Dr. Malcolm Walker, UCLH, London & his team consulted more than 100 patients from Delhi.

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Thalassemics India participated in DAV United at Indira Gandhi Institute for Arts,New Delhi.

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Upcoming Projects / Events 2018-19

• Continuation of Helping Hands Project • Project Pahuch • Project Spreading Smiles • Project Bone Marrow Transplant • T2*MRI Project • Awareness Project • 7th International Thalassemia Conference

Stories

My name is Sonam Madaan, and I have thalassemia major from when i was six months old. I require regular blood transfusions every month to keep me healthy and active. read more The whole process of transfusion takes seven or eight hours, which means I have to spare a full day once every two weeks. There are a lot of complications associated with thalassemia, especially transfusion-related iron overload which requires chelation therapy on a daily basis, and this feeling of knowing that excess iron overload can damage my heart and liver is intimidating. But thanks to the expert care I receive from my doctors, support from my family and my society, I am able to lead a fulfilling and rewarding life.







I am Shivika Garodia, thalassemia major. I belong to a small town Bahraich (near lucknow). I take regular transfusions every 15 days since i was one year old. read more