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### Street Play Performance by Community Medicine Department

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31 May 24
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### Street Play Performance by Community Medicine Department

**Udaipur, On the occasion of World No Tobacco Day, the Community Medicine Department organized a 'nukkad natak' (street play) to educate the public about the health risks associated with tobacco use. Interns from GMCH (Government Medical College and Hospital) highlighted the dangers of tobacco consumption, which results in the death of 8 million people annually, and shared various methods for tobacco cessation.

### Key Highlights of the Event:
- **Awareness on Tobacco Hazards**: The street play vividly depicted the severe health risks caused by tobacco use, including respiratory diseases, heart conditions, and various cancers.
- **Tobacco Cessation Methods**: The performance provided information on different strategies to quit tobacco, such as counseling, nicotine replacement therapy, and behavioral interventions.

### Special Guests and Speeches:
- **Dignitaries Present**: The event was graced by the presence of GMCH Dean, Dr. Sangeeta Gupta, who added prestige to the program.
- **Theme for the Year**: Dr. Mukul Dixit, Professor and Head of the Community Medicine Department, emphasized this year's theme, 'Protecting Youth from Industry Manipulation and Preventing Them from Tobacco and Nicotine Use.'
- **Expert Contributions**: The event also saw contributions from Dr. Medha Mathur, Dr. Anjana Verma, Dr. Jyoti Jain, Dr. Amit Kumar, Dr. Suresh Chaudhary, Dr. Jitendra Hirani, Dr. Monika, Dr. Vichitra, Dr. Prakhar, and Dr. Manish, who all played a vital role in the success of the program.

The street play served as an effective medium to spread awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco and the importance of quitting for a healthier life.


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