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    Khandu calls for awareness on donating bodies after death for medical education

    ITANAGAR, Nov 30: Chief Minister Pema Khandu today expressed concern over the fact that many PG seats in the anatomy department of medical education have no takers and called for encouraging medical students and professionals to take up PG courses in anatomy.
    Speaking at the inaugural function of the 70th National Conference (NATCON’70) and International Colloquium, organized by the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (TRIHMS) under the banner of Anatomical Society of India (ASI) here at the DK Convention Centre, Khandu underscored the importance of anatomy in medical science.
    “Without anatomy medical science is incomplete. Hence there’s a need to create awareness and encourage medical students to go for its PG courses so that health service have no dearth of anatomy specialists,” he observed.
    Khandu also called for creating awareness on donation of body after death for medical education.
    Observing that TRIHMS, the only medical college in the state, has just 4-5 cadavers for anatomy classes, he said that people must be educated on the great help they will…

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