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Noble intentions can be dangerous

Shah Alam Khan

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.056


Abstract

A long time ago, I had a T shirt, on the front of which was written: “I took the least travelled path and look where the hell I am!” Dr Binayak Sen’s case is no different. Dr Sen, who languished in jail for nearly two years (for a crime which is yet to be established), has taught me some things both about being an Indian and being a doctor.

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