Beware of High School Fail Doctors Who Claim To Treat Patients | Ghanti Bajao Full

24 Aug 2019 12:33 PM

Beware of High School Fail Doctors Who Claim To Treat Patients | Ghanti Bajao Full

Updated 24 Aug 2019 12:33 PM

A WHO report released in 2016, had claimed that 31 per cent of those who claimed to be allopathic doctors in 2001 were educated only up to the secondary school level and 57 per cent did not have any medical qualification. The study also highlighted that just 18.8 per cent of allopathic doctors in rural India had medical qualification.  In this report, ABP News' reporter Ranveer Singh shows you the story of many such fake doctors who have hardly passed the intermediate examinations and treating people for illness.  

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