Category Archives: India

Pay for what you get?

Generic medicines are an important part of providing care to millions of patients in low-income countries and the emergence of an Indian pharmaceutical industry has played no small part in making this possible.  In the last decade, Indian manufacturers have

Pay for what you get?

Generic medicines are an important part of providing care to millions of patients in low-income countries and the emergence of an Indian pharmaceutical industry has played no small part in making this possible.  In the last decade, Indian manufacturers have

Learning to take pictures using film…

…is an expensive venture. I recently just developed a role of Fuji BW400 and unfortunately something went wrong causing all my photos to look like they are from a newspaper printed in 1980.  One of my friends suggested this was

Learning to take pictures using film…

…is an expensive venture. I recently just developed a role of Fuji BW400 and unfortunately something went wrong causing all my photos to look like they are from a newspaper printed in 1980.  One of my friends suggested this was

We owe South Africa $44.7 billion

There was a great article in the New York Times this week that follows the story of Dr. Kunj Desai, a surgery resident originally from Zambia who is about to complete his training in New Jersey.  Through Dr. Desai’s story,

We owe South Africa $44.7 billion

There was a great article in the New York Times this week that follows the story of Dr. Kunj Desai, a surgery resident originally from Zambia who is about to complete his training in New Jersey.  Through Dr. Desai’s story,

I’m sorry, you have cancer… and that’ll be a 100 bucks

It should come as no surprise that healthcare costs money.  And lots of it.  In most developed countries the debate about how to pay for an increasingly sick and old population never seems to fade from the spotlight. And while

I’m sorry, you have cancer… and that’ll be a 100 bucks

It should come as no surprise that healthcare costs money.  And lots of it.  In most developed countries the debate about how to pay for an increasingly sick and old population never seems to fade from the spotlight. And while

A New OR in Rural Rajasthan

I recently had the opportunity to revisit a hospital where , three years earlier, I had spent a few months on a research project.

A New OR in Rural Rajasthan

I recently had the opportunity to revisit a hospital where , three years earlier, I had spent a few months on a research project.

Cricket in an Alleyway

This picture is from Jaisalmer – a town in the Thar desert on the western border of India.

Cricket in an Alleyway

This picture is from Jaisalmer – a town in the Thar desert on the western border of India.