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NMC Al Ain to conduct free virtual seminar on ‘Prevention and Cure of Urinary Stones’


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The NMC Specialty Hospital Al Ain is conducting an online seminar on ‘Prevention and Cure of Urinary Stones’ in collaboration with IPF Al Ain (Indian People’s Forum), Bayanihan Council, Abu Dhabi, and Non-Resident Nepali Association Al Ain (NRNA) on Friday, April 30, from 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM. 

The Zoom meeting will be simultaneously aired on its Facebook page. It will be followed by a Q&A with Dr. Nilkamal Joshi, Specialist Urology. 

Attendees will receive an e-certificate. 

To join the Zoom Meeting, save the following details: 

Meeting ID: 495 295 5159
Passcode: nmc123

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