Approximately 10.5% of medicines in low and middle income countries including India are sub-standard and falsified, said WHO in this report.
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MUMBAI: The average time that India's neighbourhood doctors, called primary care consultants, spend with patients is a negligible two minutes. Neighbouring Bangladesh and Pakistan seem worse off, with
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