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75 Liberians Get Free Dental Care in Cape Mount
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75 Liberians Get Free Dental Care in Cape Mount
By D. Ignatius Roberts, Grand Cape County Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, June 13 (LINA) -About 75 Liberians have received free dental services in Robertsport, Grand Cape County, an official of the St. Timothy Government Hospital in Robersport has disclosed.

Hospital Administrator Aaron Massaley said the services were provided by an Indian medical practitioner, Dr. Vikas Aggarwal, under a program jointly sponsored by the Government of India and some medical institutions in Liberia.

In an interview with the Liberia News Agency Wednesday, Massaley said the exercise conducted more than a week ago, is the second in recent times in the county.

He said a medical team from the NGO, Cross Culture Care based in the United States, provided similar services late last month which benefitted more than 1,000 Liberians in Grand Cape Mount, Bomi and Gbarpolu counties.

Massaley expressed appreciation to the Government of India for their continued  support to Liberia’s health sector.

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