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Joshi couple to donate their bodies for research purpose


12 February 2021  

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KATHMANDU: Culture expert Satyamohan Joshi and his spouse have declared to donate their bodies for research and education.

At a program organized here today by Nai Publications, the Joshi couple declared donating their bodies to Gwarko-based KIST Medical College for medical research and education.

Centenarian Joshi said the bodies’ donation was announced so that medical science students get an opportunity to study his longevity. “I wish medical students may study factors behind consistency in my health during a long span”.

He suggested that every individual should constantly engage in their actions without taking any stress, pain, and pressure to gain longevity.

Lalitpur Metropolitan City mayor Chiribabu Maharjan expressed his belief that the country people would take lessons from centenarian Joshi, especially his good health and longevity.

Member-secretary of the Publications Narendra Raj Prasain shed light on the greatness, simplicity, and far-sighted attitude. “The consent letter sent to KIST College has featured the signatures of 101-year-old Joshi and his 96-year-old spouse Radha Devi Joshi as well as of their son Anuraj Joshi”.

Publish Date : 12 February 2021 20:35 PM

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