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Where does the change begin?

K Sujatha Rao

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2018.077


The book Healers or Predators? Healthcare Corruption in India edited by Samiran Nundy, Keshav Desiraju and Sanjay Nagral is a compilation of 41 essays covering a broad array of topics of central concern to India’s health system. As the title of the book suggests, at the core is corruption in medical practice, defined by most authors as “abuse of entrusted power for private gain,” a concern that has been engaging attention in the media and public discourse, albeit in a limited manner.

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