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CORRESPONDENCE
2019:32:4;254-254
doi: 10.4103/0970-258X.274734
PMID: 32769258

Comment on Indian healthcare at the crossroads

Sunil Pandya
 Mumbai, India

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Published: 01-Aug-2020
How to cite this article:
Pandya S. Comment on Indian healthcare at the crossroads. Natl Med J India 2019;32:254
Copyright: (C)2019 The National Medical Journal of India

This is with reference to Dr A.C. Anand’s article in this Journal (Natl Med J India 2019;32:175–80).

As always, Dr Anand has provided a succinct and comprehensive analysis of the crucial subject of the care of the healthy and the sick in our country. In doing so, he has dissected the causes leading to the present sorry state and provided constructive and logical corrective suggestions.

This article must be read together with the two preceding instalments in earlier issues.

We are indeed blessed by his desire to convey his experiences and products of contemplation to the rest of us.

How I wish that we possessed the means for bringing such articles before those who are termed leaders in the corridors of power, especially in the central and state governments in a manner that would compel them to act for the improvement of our fellow Indians; especially those who are poor and neglected. Unfortunately, fairy godmothers capable of weaving such magic exist only in the minds of visionaries and children!


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