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In a minority, but not alone

Anant Phadke


Abstract

Dr Bawaskar, in his two pieces in the last two issues of the journal, has briefly shared with us his principled, ethical conduct in his clinical professional work. I am writing this to say that he is not alone. There is a small but significant section of doctors who have been keeping away from the lures of drug companies and other medical companies, and trying to do justice to their patients.

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