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On the other side of the waiting room

B C Rao

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2007.051


Abstract

The writer has painted a worst-case scenario based on her visits and observations. On the other hand, I have observed the practices of doctors who are members of a local family physicians’ association, who have, over the years, tried to provide the best to their patients. What I am going to write is therefore the best-case scenario. The truth perhaps lies somewhere in between.

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