Quite reflective of the spring season, momentous achievements and
celebrations marked the past month.
A young IAS aspirant was the first patient to receive a Heart
Transplant at BLK, Delhi. He shares his amazing story of getting a
second chance at life and pursue his goals.
In Delhi, we also celebrated the World Kidney Day in the august
presence of Shri Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, Minister of State for
Information and Broadcasting and many other dignitaries. At
Nanavati, in Mumbai, the state-of-the-art Bone Marrow Transplant
(BMT) and Birthing Centre were inaugurated, by none other than the
bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan.
With the seamless transition of Radiant Pulse to its present form, we
aim to bring more interesting stories and articles to you. Apart from
the story of successful Heart Transplant, you will find other engaging
pieces in this issue that include, how a 72 year old gentleman was
saved by timely intervention with Bronchoscopy and how a Gold
Implant on the upper eye lid cured a young man to regain the
functioning of his eye. You will also find an informative piece on the
latest development in the field of Genetics and how the developments
are bridging the gap between scientific advances and clinical care.
Our editorial team would like to thank each one of you for sharing their
inputs on our last issue of Radiant Pulse. The team would be more than
happy to keep receiving your opinions and feedback. Needless to say,
your contributed articles will always be welcomed at