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Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Reunion of First Ruhuna Batch

E-mail from Sanath Lamabadusuriya. Dear Friends, Yesterday the medical graduates of the first Ruhuna batch who graduated in 1983, had a re-union and some of their teachers were invited, I delivered the attached presentation at the event. Kind regards, Sanath Tip from Speedy who also helped me to get Sanath's power point posted on the blog. For a running presentation, click on the "arrow triangle" or go one by one by clicking on the arrow to its right. You can even choose the slide by clicking on the little apex down arrow next to "Slide 1". If you want to run the presentation without overlap, you can just have the presentation only on the screen by clicking on the "show full screen" icon after the slide 1 = he one with four arrows diverging from the centre. This will give you a presentation on the screen and to get back to the Blog, just click on that area again.

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  1. If you want to run the presentation without overlap, you can just have the presentation only on the screen by clicking on the "show full screen" icon after the slide 1 = he one with four arrows diverging from the centre. This will give you a presentation on the screen and to get back to the Blog, just click on that area again. Lucky, you might like to include this advice on the post itself,

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  2. Sanath
    Thank you for that bit of history which was perhaps conceived after I left SL on my journey to exile. It is great to know 'Johnny' Chandrasiri too was there with you. I'm sure it will be a walk down memory lane for all of its graduates.
    ND

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  3. This is the email I just sent to Lucky and I shall post it here too for Sanath
    Dear Lucky,
    It's a fabulous power point presentation. What an achievement! And our own Number One student Prof Lamabadusuriya was at the forefront of it.
    We have to be truly proud of him. He continued to do his hard work in the Colombo Faculty bringing further honour to our batch.
    He is truly an inspiration for all medical students and doctors and even more, he is a pride for Sri Lanka.
    All the best from
    Zita(Perera)Subasinghe

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  4. Thank you ND and Zita for your comments. The first batch produced the number one Neurosurgeon in Sri Lanka(Sunil Perera), the number one Gynaecological Oncologist(Kanishka Karunaratna). Leading Orthopaedic Surgeon (ABSA or Ananda Perera) and many others. Kanishka attended to Buddhika during her terminal illness
    Sanath

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    1. Sanath
      We admire and appreciate your immense contribution to Medical Education in SL. I feel proud we walked those long corridors of the GHC together during our formative years.
      ND

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    2. Sanath
      We admire and appreciate your immense contribution to Medical Education in SL. I feel proud we walked those long corridors of the GHC together during our formative years.
      ND

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  5. It was certainly very good to see the massive contribution Lama has made to Sri Lanka Medicine. We are all truly proud of his achievements and being one of our Batch mates makes it even more special.

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