Corruption hampers India health services efforts

09/20/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The deaths of three prominent doctors in Uttar Pradesh have thrown a spotlight on continuing corruption that plagues the battle to improve health services for India's poor. Uttar Pradesh's health infrastructure remains poor despite the allocation on nearly $2 billion by federal authorities for improvements.

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