LAHORE - The Australian High Commission has donated 100 plasma kits to Pakistan Myasthenia Welfare Organisation (PMWO) for free treatment of needy dengue patients and promised that the High Commission shall continue such donations in future. Peter Bartlet, First Secretary, Direct Aid Programme, Australian High Commission, visited Allama Iqbal Medical College and Jinnah Hospital, Lahore. Prof Javed Akram, Principal, Allama Iqbal Medical College and Jinnah Hospital, briefed the delegation regarding services being rendered by the hospital and medical college for the ailing humanity. He also highlighted about different projects being carried out in the institution. Peter Bartlet visited Plasmaphresis Centre established in the Department of Pathology, Allama Iqbal Medical College and observed the treatment being provided to the patients suffering from dengue fever and Myasthenia. The High Commission also visited state of the art Dialysis Centre at Jinnah Hospital and lauded the excellence of service being provided there. At the end, Prof Javed Akram presented a souvenir to Peter Bartlet.