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Learning to be humane

Padmaja Samant

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2006.026


As I sit to write this numerous situations similar to the case study replay in my mind. As a resident doctor in the gynaecology department, my teachers taught me that contraception was better than interception. I thought I had to safeguard the future of women who would be facing the problems of repeated MTPs.

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