Public health

Medicine market

Print edition : August 05, 2016

A delegate takes a selfie in front of a hoarding at the pharma trade show during the second edition of PharmaLytica, in Hyderabad in 2015. Photo: NAGARA GOPAL

At a primary health centre at Muraroi in Birbhum, West Bengal, a file picture. Photo: PTI

The effect of health reforms has been both direct in terms of declining public investment in health-care infrastructure and medical education and indirect in terms of the high cost of medicines following the WTO trade regime.
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