If I am practising as a GP and a patient comes to me with fever cough and respiratory distress since… Read more Are doctors paid well ? Determining Justum Pretium for medical care..
Research on epidemiology of toxin-based diseases (TBDs) (other than microbial toxin diseases) has long been an area of patchy development,… Read more Clinical Toxinology and Snake Anti-Venoms in India: Julian White
Dr. V.V.Pillay MD, DCL Chief, Poison Control Centre Head, Dept of Analytical Toxicology Professor, Forensic Medicine & Medical Toxicology Amrita… Read more Snakebite should be a notifiable disease In India : VV Pillay
Prof David A Warrell , Emeritus Professor of Tropical Medicine at University of Oxford and Senior Editor of the Oxford… Read more Snakebite neglected , forgotten and victims abandoned : David A Warrell
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Despite advances in medicine over the last few decades , access to care remains as abysmal as before. Although most… Read more I Dream of Health
I follow Indian healthcare with some interest.I have wondered about ‘why do doctors who work in India and want to… Read more The UK NHS in India – be aware of what it means