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    Opinion editorials: necessity of present times
    • Pankaj Jorwal, Assistant Professor of Medicine
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      • Rohit Verma

    Dear Editor,

    This article brings into light the upcoming ways in which medical health care knowledge is disseminated between general population and the various pitfalls such an approach can have. Although such issues are in nascent stage in a developing country like India but its climbing up the ladder at a brisk rate. The new generation of physicians is media savvy but can get easily influenced by media based...

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