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Eye check-up camp concludes in press club

An eye-check up camp for the media persons in Guwahati Press Club has made shocking revelation that most of the participants were advised for further course of treatment. Organized with the support from Sri Sankardeva Nethralaya on October 29 in the press club premises, the health camp was an eye-opening experience for the scribes, who had not used spectacles earlier (and now they are being advised to do so). A group of physicians from the Nethralaya hospital including Dr Jiten Bhattacharya, Dr Debojit Deka with Niranjan Bezbaruah, Dibyajyoti Das, Mrinal Medhi attended the camp, where nearly 100 media persons participated.

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