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Two Indian American organizations to assist South Asian community

After fighting on the frontlines of the pandemic across the U.S. and sending help to India during the COVID crisis, the community of doctors is coming together to promote wellness practices globally and the partnership will accelerate that process.

Crack the Wellness Code (CWC) Chair of Doctor Patrons and co-founder Dr. Pankaj Vij. (Photo credits: doctorvij.com)

A strategic partnership between two community-based organizations in the United States was recently formed to benefit the Indian American and larger South Asian community — Crack the Wellness Code, which offers an innovative wellness ecosystem enabled by tech platforms, and the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, which is a network of 60,000-plus physicians and 15,000 medical students of Indian origin across the country.

The partnership will broaden chances to educate, inspire, empower, and impact community well-being through mutually beneficial content and events, as well as research and policy advocacy.

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