What is Thalassemia?
Thalassemia is an inherited blood disorder in which the body is unable to make adequate haemoglobin. Haemoglobin is present in the red cells. Normally red cells survive for 120 days but in Thalassemia red cell survival is reduced.
Free Serum Ferittin testing for all thalasssemics visiting IInd Sunday Clinic on 8th September 2013 at Second Floor Slum and JJ MCD Community Centre 12 Block Tilak Nagar, Near Gurudwara Singh Sabha.
NTWS initiated Dr. B N Dara Award & Best Social Worker Award for work in the field of thalassemia & haemoglobinopathies.
Know about NTWS media coverage in newspapers. See video clippings how the cause is supported by TV & Film actors.
NTWS endeavors to support the treatment of poor and needy thalassemics with filters, medicines etc for more than 15 years.
You can help us by donating blood, organizing blood donation camps & thalassemia screening camps, share the treatment cost.
Interaction with Govt
Read more about endeavors taken by NTWS & Government of Delhi held under the chairmanship of health minister Dr. A.K. Walia.
Thalassemia Centers are spread in every state and corner of India. Read more to get full list…
Federation of Indian Thalassemics
Know about various endeavors taken by Thalassemia Society of Gwalior, Patiala, Dehradun, Barelly, Bhilai and more to come...
Thalassemia International Federation
National Thalassemia Welfare Society is purely voluntary, social, welfare organization committed for cause of Thalassemia.