Meri Maati Mera Desh:- NCD Screening camp held at DHSK office

Early detection must for proper treatment of any disease:- Director Health

Srinagar:- Under the “Meri maati mera desh” campaign, a non-communicable disease screening camp was organised in the Directorate of Health services Kashmir which was inaugurated by Director Health Services Kashmir Dr. Mushtaq Ahmad Rather.

Speaking on the occasion, Director Health Services Kashmir laid stress on the preventive aspects of non communicable diseases which is becoming a fast spreading epidemic and causing high incidence of morbidity and mortality across the world.

Director Health laid emphasis on the fact that all people above 30 years of age should get themselves screened for non communicable diseases especially diabetes and hypertension and adopt a healthy lifestyle for control and early detection of these diseases.

He said that early detection of disease is important for proper treatment and people must go under screening.

He said that such camps will be organised in other districts as well as it will be a better tribute to our country when we will able to keep people away from non communicable diseases.

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