KARACHI: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) recently completed voluntary medical campaigns in Pakistan to combat blindness and its associated diseases.
During the two campaigns in Karachi, 4,000 medical examinations and 400 surgeries were performed, and 400 spectacles disbursed.
In Shikarpur, 4,500 medical examinations and 425 cataract surgeries were performed, and 650 spectacles distributed.
Meanwhile, KSrelief volunteers performed 116 surgeries and examined 675 cases in Nigeria.
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