The Maharashtra University of Health Science Conferred Christopher De Souza With “Doctor OF Literature” Degree

The Maharashtra University of Health Science Conferred Christopher De Souza With “Doctor OF Literature” Degree

Mumbai: The Maharashtra University of Health Science honored “The Doctor Of Literature,” degree to Dr Christopher De Souza, Specialist for Deafness in children hearing loss & ENT Surgeon, Lilavati Hospital, Mumbai for his remarkable contribution in the area of community health services.

Dr Christopher De Souza has strived to uplift the society. He is bringing about a revolutionary change for children with hearing problems who often struggle to communicate and connect with others. The introduction of cochlear implants has brought immense change to their lives, offering them a newfound ability to hear and engage with the world around them. Dr Christopher De Souza has been at the forefront of this transformative technology, providing hope and opportunities to countless children who once felt trapped in silence. Through his innovative approach and dedication to helping those with hearing impairments, Dr De Souza has not only improved their quality of life but also opened up a new realm of possibilities for these children. With Dr De Souza’s s expertise and compassion, he has shown that there is light at the end of the tunnel for children facing hearing challenges, giving them a chance to thrive like never before.

During the pandemic, Dr Christopher De Souza’s contribution is exceptional and noteworthy. International acclaim has been bestowed upon the two global textbooks on the pandemic, written and edited by him. In Germany and the United States, he has authored 7 textbooks for post-graduation studies. The six-volume ENT-regulated studies are standard in academia. His international textbook for assisting deaf children in regaining their hearing has wide global acclaim. The Royal College Of Surgeons of England and Ireland have bestowed their honorary fellowships for his immense academic contribution and high standards of service. He has also contributed to humanity by helping impoverished and marginalized children with the precious gift of hearing. He has devoted his life to the mission of helping hundreds of underprivileged, deaf children and their families and his work has been appreciated by Pope Francis, Vatican City, Italy.

Dr Christopher De Souza, Specialist for Deafness in children hearing loss & ENT Surgeon, who has gained national and worldwide recognition for his exemplary work said, “The honor I have received for my work in the field of community health services and supporting children with cochlear implants is truly humbling. Seeing the positive impact of my efforts on families and children in need has been incredibly rewarding. It reaffirms my commitment to creating a more inclusive and accessible healthcare environment for all. Working closely with children who have cochlear implants has allowed me to witness firsthand the transformative power of these devices. The joy and excitement on a child’s face when they hear sounds clearly for the first time is a priceless moment that drives me to continue advocating for improved support services in this area. I am proud to be part of a movement that is breaking down barriers and changing lives through enhanced healthcare accessibility. I am filled with gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to society in meaningful ways. This degree serves as validation for the countless hours spent working towards bettering the lives of others and inspires me to continue pushing boundaries and making a difference. I am committed to amplifying my efforts and serving as a beacon of change within my community and beyond.”

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