Charitable duo help set up mobile clinic to treat and rehabilitate the homeless


KUALA LUMPUR: You may have heard of Dr S. Madhusudhan from the Teddy Mobile Clinic and his work with the homeless community in Kuala Lumpur. Nicknamed the Teddy Bear doctor because of his tendency to give street children a soft toy after a visit, he was one of the 10 recipients of the Star Golden Hearts award last year.

But Dr Madhusudhan is not the only star here. Meet Alfred Mariyaras and Shalini Yeap who helped to put the wheels in motion and get the mobile clinic off the ground.

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