India has just 10 Million Allopathic Doctors to treat 1.3 Billion Population

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According to the report of Indian Medical Association (IMA), there are only one million allopathic doctors to treat 1.3 billion people in our country. Of these only 1.1 lakh doctors are those who work in the public health sector. Another report suggests that despite the changing rules of all the deadlock and H1B1 visas, 38% of the […]