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  • Affiliation For Publication: Requirement Or Optional
    My opinion: Hippocrates of Kos, Father of Medicine, published theories and practices. The question is whether he documented affiliation to any ancient institution as pre-requirement before publication unless he himself rose to such status that his name had become an institution in itself. Alternatively, ancient institutions in the..
    By Dr. Deepak Gupta on 05th Dec 2022 Full Text PDF
  • Just Like HeLa Cells, Who Owns Banked Biomes?
    My opinion: We grew up in developing countries and knew only about blood “component” banks. Then we moved to a developed country and were introduced to tissue “sperm” banks. Now we are expecting that the developed group of nations may be looking up to the developing group of nations for filling up poop “biome”..
    By Dr. Deepak Gupta on 22nd Feb 2022 Full Text PDF
  • Conscientious Objection to The Necessity of Unnecessary Healthcare Bubble
    My opinion: Sommer et al. should be congratulated for exploring multifaceted effects on patients secondary to cancellations/postponements of interventions [1]. However, the follow-up question should have been: If non-emergency interventions’ completion had been necessary within a certain stipulated time frames, they might not ha..
    By Dr. Deepak Gupta on 03rd Dec 2020 Full Text PDF
    My opinion: In medicine, patients’ consent for their medical management has evolved as a core ethical principle. One question arises: How responsibly do the patients give consent for their medical management [1-2]? Then the question comes: How can the patients responsibly give consent when they are not fully aware of what costs ..
    By Dr. Deepak Gupta on 19th Sep 2019 Full Text PDF
  • Legal death asks, "What's in a name?"
    Abstract: Legal death asks, “What’s in a name?” Before defining death, we must understand what life is and, after understanding life, we must ponder why we are defining death. Essentially, death is the time-point when the body, as a whole, is ready to begin its irreversible decomposition and decay so that the elements form..
    By Dr. Deepak Gupta on 24th Jul 2019 Full Text PDF
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