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National Public Radio (NPR) In USA Focuses On PBT, Healthcare Corruption And Changing Medical System In India

The highly popular national public radio (NPR) in USA has published a comprehensive story today on PBT and life of its founding-president, Dr. Kunal Saha. The story also underscored a recent article in British Medical Journal (BMJ) highlighting the wide-spread medical corruption and dearth of “whistle-blowers” against the botched healthcare system in India. While the NPR story provides a personal touch with the lives of Dr. Saha and his wife (Anuradha Saha) who died in the most tragic way falling victim to gross medical negligence during a social visit to India in 1998, the article also brings attention to the rapidly changing healthcare delivery system and rising hope for justice for the countless victims of medical negligence in India. Copy of the whole story is attached below and it can also be viewed at NRP website at http://www.npr.org/blogs/goatsandsoda/2015/03/07/390696759/having-loved-and-lost-one-man-takes-on-medical-malpractice-in-india.

NPR Story (March 7, 2015)

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