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A Monograph Series Devoted To The Understanding Of Medicine, Mental Health, Man, Mind, Music And Their Matrix
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READERS RESPOND
Year : 2004  |  Volume : 2  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 111
Readers Respond


Former Director/ Vice Chancellor, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India

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S M Channabasavanna
Former Director/ Vice Chancellor, NIMHANS, Bangalore
India
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I really enjoyed going through the Mens Sana Monographs because of their topics of current interest , whether it is suicide-free society or the current one on the goal-Health for all. These are all contemporary issues which concern professionals, public and the government.

I only wish all the agencies concerned about health read these meaningful monographs and take up the issues.

All of us are aware that health, especially mental health, is at low priority. In this later monograph on Health For All , you have raised pertinent questions.* Hope you will have good response.

I congratulate Dr. Shakuntala A. Singh and yourself for your excellent work.

Wishing you all the success.

Dr. S.M. Channabasavanna

Medical Director

CADABAM'S Home for Mentally Disabled Trust®

Former Director/ Vice Chancellor, NIMHANS,




 

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