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World Health Day 2018: Why falling sick is a costly affair for Indians

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prasad1

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While great strides have been made in the field of medical technology, India still carries the burden of most diseases. Also, getting medical treatment for the same is not a breeze for Indians. Not only is there a shortage of doctors, but healthcare most often brings financial hardship as government spending on healthcare remains woefully low. Here’s a look at the state of healthcare in India and challenges it poses for Indians...

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/world-health-day-2018-why-falling-sick-is-a-costly-affair-for-indians/articleshow/63653279.cms
 
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