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Practising ethically in a high-tech speciality

Venkat Goyal, Yash Lokhandwala


In India we feel that the system of allopathic medicine is too expensive for most of the population. In this context, the world of high-tech cardiology is a white elephant. The problem is that we do not have a better alternative. None of the prevailing local systems of medicine in India has a mechanism and infrastructure for scientific audit and infrastructure for scientific audit and continued progress. (True, these indigenous streams of medicine are popular because they are cheap and seem to adopt a more holistic approach).

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