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On Medical Ethics (2)

Arun Nanivadekar


The sad fact of life is that people do not like to be lectured or taught. They prefer to learn on their own, if at all, from what they hear and see. So far as ethics are concerned there are today few who can adopt the EDP approach to engender them; Explain, Demonstrate and Eractice.

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