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Coronary care: doubtful science, doubtful ethics

M L Kothari, LA Mehta, VL Kothari


The Sunday newspaper has a full page feature on ‘Dil ka doctor and his state-of-the-heart plans’. The box, “Our panel of doctors”, informs readers of the top 10 cardiologists in five metropolitan cities. The ‘special report’ on the ‘techniques which will tame our pagal dil” presents the cafeteria of coronary care, from trivial measures to transplants.

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