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The mob versus the doctor

By Invitation Dr Sanjay Nagral Despite the state's assurances, attacks against doctors continue. The solution: policy overhaul, better communication, and empathy. It is disturbing that reports of bodily attacks carried out against doctors have ... Mumbai Mirror, 1 week ago

Moving story of a heart

By Lata Mishra and Anurag Bende Mumbai and Pune police create green corridors; heart reaches Fortis Hospital Mulund in 60 minutes flat from Pune. Nearly 200 traffic constables and police officers in Mumbai and Pune helped save a life when they ...
 Mumbai Mirror8 hours ago

First heart transplant in Mumbai after 47 yrs

Mumbai: The city recorded its first successful heart transplant after 47 years on Monday, when a donated organ flown in from Pune was rushed 20km to a Mulund hospital along a green corridor created during busy hours by the police in as little as ...
 Times of India9 hours ago

New beginning

Malad gets a new International School for the EYP section! A flagship institution from Nav Chetana Trust, J. Kumar International School (EYP) was inaugurated by Nitin Gadkariji, Union minister of Road Transport and Highways and Shipping. Other ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Is it truly test Worthy?

Sunil K Pandya , Department of Neurosurgery, Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre, Mumbai examines the factors driving unethical practices in healthcare, including prescription of unnecessary medical tests and gives insights on prevention of such ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago

Medics dream of minting money as medical education cost rises

MUMBAI: Consumer activist Asha Idnani has a pet peeve against doctors. "Why do they charge thousands of rupees from a patient for a post-operation visit to his/her hospital room when all they do is ask the patient how he or she feels, check the file ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

Right-to-die could be an option: Catholic hospitals

Medical institutions begin talks with leading seminary ethicist on validity of passive euthanasia. Several major Catholic hospitals have begun active deliberations about offering the controversial "Do Not Resuscitate" alternative to patients who ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago
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Aruna Shanbaug, euthanasia and whose life is it anyway?

'Aruna Shanbaug's death has again opened up the euthanasia conversation in the public domain. For a health care discourse often dominated by inane news, this is not such a bad thing,' says Dr Sanjay Nagral. Six months back I had to perform emergency surgery on a businessman for intestinal gangrene. He was 75, had diabetes and had previously suffered from two heart attacks. Over the last few years his activity was severely restricted and was largely bed ridden. During the surgery I had to remove ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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