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    Kidney Run organized by AINU in Hyderabad to raise awareness

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    In Hyderabad, a large number of runners, including kidney patients and healthcare professionals, took part in the AINU Kidney Run event at Gachibowli Stadium on Sunday. The event, led by Telangana Minister for Roads and Buildings and Cinematography Komatireddy Venkat Reddy, aimed to raise awareness on the eve of World Kidney Day 2024.

    The Asian Institute of Nephrology and Urology (AINU) and the Department of Neurosurgery, in collaboration with the Brain and Spine Society of Hyderabad, organized the AINU Kidney Run and Head Injury Awareness Programme. With over 850 million people worldwide dealing with chronic kidney diseases, the run highlighted the importance of advancing treatment options and providing equal access to kidney care. Dr. Varun, a Nephrologist at AINU, praised the strong response to the event for its role in promoting actions to improve outcomes for those affected by CKD.

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    At Sanjeevaiah Park, Necklace Road, medical and law enforcement professionals gathered for the head injury awareness programme. With the increasing number of road traffic accidents leading to head injuries, this initiative aimed to raise public awareness on the severe consequences of such accidents and the need for road safety measures. Dr. N Beerappa from NIMS and N Ashok Kumar, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Traffic), stressed the importance of preventive measures and community involvement in ensuring road safety.

    Through interactive sessions and real-world demonstrations, attendees were educated on prioritizing road safety and adopting responsible driving practices.

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