ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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ORISSA-Peoples Resistance to TISCO Project

charitable organisations have heavy demands on their limited funds. To use their funds inefficiently is to betray their trust in the hospital. Rather than give additional funds for treatment, they are likely to direct their resources to more efficient providers of health care. P M Pai, the dean of KEM Hospital, slated that "In a public hospital a patient cannot demand high-technology treatment of his choice free of cost'' (The Times of India, March 22). Surely the public can demand that such treatment be provided in the most economic and scientific way possible.

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