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Consummate justice or complete folly? Doctors and Consumer Protection Act

George Thomas


Abstract

At the end of a panel discussion on the Consumer Protection Act held during the recent annual conference of the Tamilnadu Orthopaedic Association, the audience was asked to vote on whether they thought the act good or bad. Not surprisingly, the vote was overwhelming in considering the act bad. What was surprising was, that when the panelists were asked to vote, two out of three doctors on the panel felt it was good. The lone lawyer felt it was bad!

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