Enough said, enough more than done. Before our attention shifts to another hard hitting truth this Sunday this post of mine is here. It was long due. Being a doctor I could have obviously flared up after watching that episode on our health care system. But this was something which most of us Indian doctors already know but unfortunately do nothing about it. Most of us in the medical fraternity are of the opinion that it was purely an one sided perspective, the research team did a disappointing homework and things like that. I disagree, let us not forget that when it comes to such issues emotions mask all practicality and rational thinking. Debates and discussions will continue as usual, until the fire dies down.
Aamir you said that you may be refused treatment here in India from now on, well I just want to let you know that you can visit me anytime;-) I am not writing a hate letter or suing you in the court. Blaming someone for creating a problem, that’s okay but blaming someone for bringing up an issue, now that’s utter hideousness. But there is more to the current situation, more that we all ought to know about what went wrong in all the ‘India Shining’ we believe in or our leaders think they are up to. I could have hosted another show but for the Aamir that I am not, and this blog being mine I present my take on it here. There was no other way that I found better to explain it, sometimes talking isn’t really enough.
FROM NOT SO LONG AGO
The picture is larger than it is made, larger than it appears. Before we talk about the system, let us not forget that we are the ones who make it. Doctors are facing this and living with this as much as patients, sometimes even more. There is a long way that needs to be set right before we go. Good doctors will prevail in this country as much as truth only then. And this one is just from a doctor's angle :-)