Dr Razdan asks medicos to work with passion
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 26: Prominent Neurologist, Dr Sushil Razdan Monday asked the doctors to work with passion.
Dr Razdan was the guest at Meet the Eminent program organized by Allama Iqbal Library in collaboration with the Educational Multimedia Research Centre (EMMRC) Kashmir University.
Prof Riyaz Punjabi, Vice Chancellor of the University of Kashmir presided over the event while as eminent physicians, Dr GQ Allaqaband, Dr Abdul Waheed and eminent psychiatrist Dr Mushtaq Marghoob were panelists.
Saying that “glory of doctor lies in the confidence that a patients has in him or her”, Dr Razdan advised doctors to “work with zest and enthusiasm to lessen their sufferings.”
Prof Riyaz Punjabi praised Dr Razdan “the way he dedicated his life to lessen the sufferings of the people”.
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