LAHORE - The Coca-Cola Company has donated seven Complete Blood Count (CBC) machines to Sahara Trust for the early diagnosis of dengue, says a press release. Sahara Trust will collaborate with the Government of Punjab to install these machines at designated government hospitals and laboratories. The CBC machines perform an essential task in dengue diagnosis, as they separate the platelets from the blood and determine the platelet count, which is the conclusive test for diagnosing dengue. Timely diagnosis using the machines will help in proper treatment and even save precious lives. Speaking on the occasion Rizwan U. Khan, General Manager The Coca-Cola Export Corporation Pakistan and Afghanistan said, Coca-Cola feels its responsibility as a corporate member of the society to rise to every occasion when the people of the province and the country need help and assistance.