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Have healers indeed turned predators?

Venkatram Mysore

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2019.028


The book , edited by Samiran Nandi, Keshav Desiraju and Sanjay Nagral hit the headlines, both for its content and its provocative title. The dissatisfaction regarding healthcare services in India is at its peak and a new mega healthcare project has been launched. The authors should be congratulated on choosing to write about a subject which has been discussed– sometimes in hushed tones– but rarely covered in depth. Not surprisingly, the book received its share of accolades as well as opprobrium.

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