Thanal founded the humanitarian dialysis idea in Vadakara in 2011 and now operates 55 dialysis centres across four states. The involvement of the community is the key specialty of this service. People from the surrounding area pool their resources and assist in the treatment of local sufferers. This is a revolutionary communal movement that seeks to aid and save lives regardless of caste or creed. The costs of running the dialysis centre will be covered by donations from the community's kind citizens. As a result, it is a service for the people by the people, recognising that anyone could face a similar need in the future. It is now the world's largest charity dialysis network, giving over 25000 dialysis per month.
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