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Teaching Eye Surgery foundation has been active since 2007 and has achieved many commitments. This Blog page regroups most of our activities and stories and this is what we have accomplished :


Fêtons les 10 ans de la T.E.S Foundation!
Category: Front_page,Geneva,Mauritius     Published by: Catherine Tabatabay    on the October 27, 2016 at 4:04 pm

Chers amis, Nous fêterons en musique, le lundi 28 novembre prochain, les dix ans de la fondation.  Ce soir-là, nous aurons le plaisir d’entendre Fabrizio Von Arx, violon,  et Bruno Canino, piano,  dans un programme entièrement consacré à Beethoven. Un cocktail dînatoire aux saveurs italiennes suivra dans les salons du Palais de l’Athénée. Nous nous réjouissons […]

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Mauritius Mission from the fifth to the 15th may 2016
Category: Donations,Front_page,Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the May 15, 2016 at 7:29 am

During the time of the mission, T.E.S has assessed 121 Patients and performed 33 operations. This includes 19 Corneal Transplantations operated in Souillac Hospital. Prof. Cyrus Tabatabay, Dr Siri Shetty from Weill Cornell Medical Cornell Medical College and Dr Nakuda and Dr Annauth, has undertaken these surgeries. The Foundation has also donated total Value 2’991’875 […]

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Santé publique: le Shift System bientôt étendu à tous les services
Category: Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the May 13, 2016 at 1:29 pm

Anil Gayan et le Professeur Cyrus Tabatabay. Le Shift System introduit dans le département des urgences de la Santé publique sera bientôt étendu aux autres services, a annoncé Anil Gayan. Il a précisé que cette mesure devrait être effective dans deux ou trois mois. Selon le ministre Anil Gayan, l’extension du Shift System aux autres […]

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December 2015
Category: Front_page,Mauritius     Published by: Catherine Tabatabay    on the January 25, 2016 at 4:37 pm

In December, Dr Ana Alzaga and Dr Nadia Hesham, both from Weill Cornell Medical School, New York,  realized 25 corneal grafts out of which 3  were done at Souillac Hospital. It is the first time that T.E.S.Foundation’s team works in this  hospital, which is situated in the South of Mauritius. A brand new ophthalmologic center […]

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Our next concert! Save the date!
Category: Front_page,Geneva,Mauritius     Published by: Catherine Tabatabay    on the at 11:30 am

We are glad to announce our next concert which will take place, as usually, at the Palais de l’Athénée, Tuesday the 15th of March 2016 at 8pm. The Italian Barocco will be in the spotlight: Vivaldi, Tartini and Corelli … Our star-guest is, of course, Fabrizio Von Arx, violin. His fellows Paolo Corsi, clavecin and Carine Balit, […]

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Next Mission : December 2015
Category: Front_page,Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the October 14, 2015 at 12:25 pm

T.E.S. Foundation’s  36th mission will take place during the first week of December 2015. This mission is organised in collaboration with the Weill Cornell Medical School. Dr Ana Alzaga will supervise the corneal graft program of the week. Corneal grafts will be provided both by The Eye Bank for Sight Restoration, Inc. in New York  and by […]

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April 2015 – Avastin Conditioning Study
Category: Mauritius     Published by: stephen    on the May 1, 2015 at 10:17 am

In April 2015, Madame Karen Fauquex conducted a study about the possibility of conditioning Avastin in the Subramania Bharati Eye Hospital, in Moka. Her very meticulous study pointed the different modifications and adaptations necessary for a safe reconditioning. Her report has been transmitted to the Honourable Mr Anil Gayan, Minister of The Health and Quality […]

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