Army donates Ultrasound scanner to Apeksha Hospital

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The much-needed two Samsung HS40 Ultrasound Scanner Units, purchased from the day’s pay of Army personnel were formally handed over to Maharagama ‘Apeksha’ Cancer Hospital yesterday by the think-tank of the meritorious project, Army Commander Lieutenant General Mahesh Senanayake.  


Dr Wasantha Dissanayake, Director, ‘Apeksha’ Hospital during the brief handover ceremony explained how the entire project got to a start when he one day met his former schoolmate at Ananda College, Lt. General Senanayake who inquired from him whether the Army could do anything to alleviate the suffering of Cancer patients, particularly small children. “The Army commander being my old pal afterwards responded back and promised to buy those scanners for the benefit of all cancer patients”, Dr Dissanayake said. Lt.General Senanayake also made a brief speech during the occasion.             

 

 

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