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Sanjay A Pai


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The kidney transplant controversy continues. The licences of most of the hospitals in Karnataka have expired recently and the state is doing a re-think on its policy. What this means is that, at the moment, renal transplants cannot be performed in the state. Even those who have been given permission by the authorisation committees are in limbo as the hospitals do not currently have the permission to perform the surgery.

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