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Free cataract Eye Camps kept once again

RC Panaji Riviera conducted Free Cataract Eye Camp at Curchorem in association with Bhagwati Trust & RC Curchorem Sanvordem on 15th January.
176 persons were examined out of which 92 were detected with Cataract.

These 92 will go through diagnostic checkup and if parameters are ok, will be operated free of cost

4,310 thoughts on “Free cataract Eye Camps kept once again

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