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Dr Raghu Ram chosen for prestigious 'Dr B C Roy' National Award

Hyderabad, Jan 25 (UNI) Dr P Raghu Ram, President, Association of Breast Surgeons of India, has been selected for the prestigious 'Dr B C Roy' National award for his outstanding service in the field of Socio Medical Relief’ for the year 2016.
This is the highest award that is bestowed upon on a Medical person practicing in India and would be conferred by President of India on July 1, Doctors Day. The award was instituted in 1976 in memory of Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy, the second Chief Minister of West Bengal and the first President of the Medical Council of India (MCI).
The Award announcement was made by Dr Jayshree Mehta, President, Medical Council of India in a letter addressed to Dr. Raghu Ram yesterday. Dr. Raghu Ram’s exceptional academic track record, intense body of work towards improving breast healthcare in India and community service of a high order are the three major traits that have shone through since he graduated to become a doctor 25 years ago in 1991.
Dr Raghu Ram received information on being chosen for this honour precisely two years after being conferred the Padma Shri in 2015, one of the highest civilian awards of the land. He is also the youngest Surgeon from the Telugu States to have been conferred the Padma Award too.
‘I am ever grateful to lord almighty for being chosen for this coveted award amd I dedicate the 'Dr B C Roy' award to my mother, Dr Ushalakshmi and to all those who have bravely fought breast cancer with courage and determination’, Dr Raghu Ram said.
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