a mass-level awareness program (MLAP) on autoimmune rheumatic disorder in different areas of Delhi.

Campaign against autoimmune rheumatic disorder will start from Delhi

Autoimmune rheumatic disorder is the big challenge of india

The Caas India Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving healthcare in India, has announced its plans to launch a mass-level awareness program (MLAP) on autoimmune rheumatic disorder in different areas of Delhi.

Autoimmune rheumatic disorders are a group of chronic diseases that affect the immune system, leading to inflammation and damage to various organs and tissues in the body. These disorders, which include Ankylosing Spondylitis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and scleroderma, are often misunderstood and misdiagnosed, leading to delays in treatment and increased suffering for patients.

To address this issue, the Caas India Foundation has organized a series of awareness programs that will take place in various areas of Delhi. The programs will be free and open to the public, and will include talks by medical experts, patient testimonies, and interactive sessions.

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Following the talk, there will be a session where patients and their families can share their experiences and ask questions. This session will be moderated by Mr. Ankur Shukla, a patient advocate and founder of the Caas India Foundation.

The program will conclude with an interactive session where participants can learn more about the Caas India Foundation and its work in improving healthcare in India. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet with the foundation’s volunteers and learn how they can get involved in supporting the organization’s mission.

The Caas India Foundation is committed to improving the lives of people affected by autoimmune rheumatic disorders in Delhi and beyond. Through its awareness programs and other initiatives, the foundation aims to promote early diagnosis and effective treatment of these disorders, and to raise awareness of the challenges faced by patients and their families.

If you or someone you know is affected by an autoimmune rheumatic disorder, we encourage you to attend one of the foundation’s awareness programs and learn more about these chronic conditions and how they can be managed. Together, we can build a healthier and more informed community.

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