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The noble art of healing

Noshir H Wadia


Our medical conferences come and go with great regularity all over the country as monsoon departs and the chill begins to set in. We meet and rightly discuss medicine, socialise and return to our various corners. But how often during these meetings or at other times do we seriously think about or discuss the ethics—the characteristic spirit of our profession and what it means to be a good doctor?

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