Hyderabad, 12th March 2024: Thalassemia Sickle Cell Society (TSCS) a registered non profit organization has today organised a mega blood donation camp at Kings Palace, Gudimalkapur, Hyderabad. Akbaruddin Owaisi, MLA Chandrayangutta and many others visited the blood donation camp. Abu Aimal and dedicated staff of TSCS had took part at the donation camp where the blood units collected will be for Thalassemia patients, who need blood for every 15 days just to survive and also for cancer patients.

TSCS President Dr. Chandrakant Agarwal briefed the Akbaruddin Owaisi & other guests, about the situation of Thalassemia in Telangana and the need of blood donors to come forward for transfusion of blood to Thalassemia patients. Ms. Ratnavali Kothapalli, Vice President – TSCS, Dr Suman Jain, CEO & Mr M A Aleem Baig, Joint Secretary – TSCS were also part of the blood donation camp. The ollected blood will be utilised for the patients who need blood transfusion at regular intervals. TSCS has also appealed to the Hon’ble MLA to help in releasing a G.O for mandatory antenatal test – HbA2 for every pregnant woman to help prevent the birth of Thalassemia Major Children.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. Chandrakant Agarwal, President – TSCS said, “We are really thankful to the 1050 donors who have come forward and donated blood to meet the blood requirement for Thalassemia patients. We are extremely honoured that Chandrayangutta MLA Akbaruddin Owaisi ji has visited the blood donation camp. We explained him about the situation of Thalassemia in our state & country and also emphasized the need of blood donors to come forward and donate on a regular basis. It is also a very prestigious opportunity to host the honorable guest at our mega blood donation camp today.

Speaking about the blood donation camp Abu Aimal said “TSCS has been at the forefront in conducting mega blood donation camps in Hyderabad. We thank all the guests and donors who have extended their support to us and also promised to promote awareness of Thalassemia and its eradication”.