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Author’s response: Need to make health central to the development dialogue

K Sujatha Rao

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2017.081


This is in reference to the book review “India’s health system: No lessons learned” by Sunil K Pandya, published online in IJME on August 30, 2017. Before responding to the review, a clarification may be in order. The book Do We Care? India’s Health System is not an autobiography. It neither lists out my achievements nor explains my failures. It only records my understanding of the evolution of India’s health system over the years and provides an insider’s perceptions on how policies are made in the corridors of power.

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