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Quackery in pathology

P V Purohit

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2004.021


Abstract

I am a pathologist in private practice since 1975. Being a consultant, I consider myself to be a specialist in pathology and hence I only give advice in the branches of pathology and microbiology. Though my basic degree is MB,BS, and I see at least 20 diabetic patients per day, I have never given them any suggestion about treatment—not even to my relatives. I believe that as a specialist in a particular field—pathology—I should not venture into other medical colleagues’ areas.

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