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Masters in Development

Ishwarya Thyagarajan

After pursuing a Master's in Development from Azim Premji University, Ishwarya was working as a Research Associate with Massachusetts Institute of Technology studying gender and institutions of family and marriage before joining MOHAN Foundation. At MOHAN Foundation she is a Helpline Executive view more..

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‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ to Promote Organ Donation Through MOHAN Foundation This Friday

‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ to Promote Organ Donation Through MOHAN Foundation This Friday

Indian television game show ‘Kaun Banega Crorepati’ (KBC), featuring Dr Sunil Shroff, Managing Trustee of MOHAN Foundation in the Karamveer special episode will be aired at 9 PM on 9th October 2020 on Sony Entertainment Television

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Lungs Travel from Kolkata to Hyderabad to Save Life of Chandigarh Patient

Lungs Travel from Kolkata to Hyderabad to Save Life of Chandigarh Patient

The lungs of a young donor, certified brain dead in Kolkata were airlifted to Hyderabad to be transplanted in a patient from Chandigarh, suffering from end-stage lung disease at the KIMS Hospital

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Presumed Consent: Will It Work in India?

Presumed Consent: Will It Work in India?

A proposal to introduce a private member’s bill, which would allow the inclusion of all adult citizens of the country in a national organ donation register is on the cards. Donation and Transplantation of Human Organ Bill, 2020 could be the answer to India’s organ donor shortage.

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Usha Uthup Sings to Help Patients Waiting for Organ Donation

Usha Uthup Sings to Help Patients Waiting for Organ Donation

A Mission to reach Millions – a series of online concerts featuring eminent artists from across the country aiming to raise funds to help Patients waiting for Organ Donation organized by MOHAN Foundation.

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Indian Council of Medical Research Redefines ‘End of Life Care’

Indian Council of Medical Research Redefines ‘End of Life Care’

The Indian Council of Medical Research has laid out guidelines for Do Not Attempt Resuscitation (DNAR) and Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) protocols, thereby redefining end-of-life care practices in the country.

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