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Self-financing medical education in Nepal

V Manickavel


The improvement in a society’s health is attributed in part to modern medicine. However, such medicine tends to be expensive. All over the world, the availability of modern health services depends on the amount allocated for them out of a country’s disposable income. The proportion of a country’s gross national product allocated for health care has a bearing on the population’s longevity and other indicators of its health.

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