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Whistleblower Kunal Saha Wins Supreme Court Case In India Against Medical Establishment

Bea Edwards, August 15, 2009

The Supreme Court (SC) of India handed down a landmark judgment on August 7, 2009, upholding the claim of medical negligence brought by Dr. Kunal Saha against four doctors and the Advanced Medicare Research Institute in Kolkata. The Court held the doctors and hospital guilty of negligent treatment, causing the death of Dr. Saha’s wife, Anuradha Saha, in 1998. In the Judgment, the SC also set out extensive new guidelines and regulations that physicians and hospitals must follow in treating patients.

Click here to read the judgment.
Click here to read about Saha's whistleblower story.