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Harrowing stories

J B D'Souza


Once you start on it, this is positively not a book you cannot put down. Market, medicine… simply forced me to pause midway and turn elsewhere for relief, so strong was the revulsion induced by the four case studies that occupy nearly half of it. Whether it is the shameful conduct of doctors near the top of the profession or the conspiracy of silence that protects such practice from honest appraisal by other doctors, or the callous manner in which our hospitals and nursing homes are run – you are left with nothing but anger and contempt for individual doctors and institutions that you may some day have to trust for treatment.

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