8000 patients treated by Lifeline Express in remote Tripura
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8000 patients treated by Lifeline Express in remote Tripura

By Morungexpress   07-Jan-2019

8000 patients treated by Lifeline Express in remote Tripura

Biswajit Chanda, a 30-year-old labourer, was worried that it might take him years to pull together money for his son’s cleft lip surgery, but a train that chugged into Tripura’s Churaibari station last month brought smile back on his two-year-old boy’s face.

Chanda happens to be just one among 8,000 cases attended over the past 20 days by Lifeline Express – a hospital train that travels to inaccessible rural areas where medical services are limited.

Set up by NGO Impact India Foundation and Indian Railways and Ministry of Health in 1991, the express train has conducted 199 heath camps in different parts of the country since its inauguration.

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