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New Indian Journal of Surgery

Volume  3, Issue 3, July - September 2012, Pages 210-210

 

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Pandemic of Decadence: Is Medicine Still Unaffected?
Siddharth Sethi, J.M. Farooqui
Pravara Institute Of Medical Sciences, Loni, Ahmednagar, India
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Abstract

  The current medical scenario in India has faced a drastic change. A place where doctors were considered next to gods and worshiped now sees them being dragged to the roads and beaten. Moral degeneration has engulfed the noblest profession of them all, in the most ferocious way. Hence, it is important to inculcate moral values in a doctor right from the beginning of the course. And the study is based on such budding doctors of the nation.
 


Corresponding Author : Siddharth Sethi