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Everything but medicine

Sanjay Nagral


Abstract

The seminar ‘Everything but Medicine’ was organised as one of the annual programmes of the Salelkar Medical Foundation on August 24, 2002. The Foundation was established in the memory of Dr Salelkar, a popular physician and leading internist from Goa. The focus of the meeting was ethical and medico-legal issues in the practice of medicine, and it was well attended, with representation from medical professionals of all specialities and from various parts of Goa. I participated in the seminar on behalf of the Forum for Medical Ethics Society.

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