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Two kidney transplants done at PGMI using latest technology.

LAHORE: Two unique cases of a kidney transplant were successfully completed on Sunday in which doctors used the latest technology. The operations were supervised by Post Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Urology Department's Professor Dr Muhammad Nazir.

In one case, mother of one child donated her kidney to her husband while in the other case a brother gave his kidney to the younger sister.PGMI Principal Dr Ghias Tayyab congratulated all the doctors and paramedical staff on opting new procedures and said that day to day innovations have made it possible to provide modern and best possible treatment to the patients.

He said that we are proud of our doctors and staff who work day and night to extend latest technology and treatment to the patients coming from all over Punjab .He stressed the need to create awareness among masses like it is done in the developed countries to donate body organs in the larger interest of humanity.


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Publication:Pakistan Today (Lahore, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 4, 2018
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