Photo Release: GSK Medicine Bank helps flood victims

Food and Healthcare Press Releases Monday October 3, 2011 16:20
Bangkok--3 Oct--GSK Medicine Bank

Gen Pichate Wisaijorn (5th from left), Assistant Commander-in-Chief, Royal Thai Army and Mr Daniel Pruce (4th from left), Deputy Head of Mission, The British Embassy presided over the presentation of medicines to the Army Disaster Relief Center, Royal Thai Army at the meeting room, Royal Thai Army Headquarters. The GSK Medicine Bank represented by Mr Viriya Chongphaisal, (3rd from left), General Manager, GlaxoSmithKline (Thailand) Ltd. (GSK) presented the medicines to Lt Gen Phanuvich Pumhirun and Col Attawut Jansupareuk to help flood victims across the country and underprivileged people in the three southern border provinces. The ceremony was witnessed by AM Nitaya Imanotai. This activation reinforces GSK’s Access to Medicine program that is intended to encourage all people to have easier access to quality medicines and medical products


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