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Ethics and law

G D Ravindran

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.097


In the April- June issue of the Journal, you have started a new column entitled as ethics and law. This is a good development. Our readers need to know the different laws that govern health care in our country. The article has achieved that objective. The article does not mention anything about Ethics.

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