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As Anti-corruption Crusader In India Is Booked On Corruption Charges, Analysts Wonder If There Are More Skeletons In The Closet

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

MUMBAI - Ketan Dhirajlal Desai, President of the Medical Council of India, has been grabbing headlines for the past several months for his efforts to implement a legally binding code of ethical practices among doctors in dealing with pharmaceutical companies that try to push their products. But the same man who assumed a moral high ground and tried to publicly spearhead a crusade against corruption has now landed up in a case of alleged bribery that also involves authorities from a medical college in Northern India

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