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UK was a favourite destination for a large number of medical graduates from our country. With changes in the political and economic environment in the UK and with the increase in number of graduates within the UK their ‘services’ are no longer required. And they are being ‘relieved of their burden’. After investing a large amount and time along with missed oppurtunities back home; they will have difficult time indeed. A part of the story from rediff
Going to UK is not an easy decision and the present decision and subsequent court ruling is going to be hard on their medical careers.The logic of the changes put forth by Health Minister Lord Warner in March 2006 virtually precludes any relaxation. He said: “We now have more than 117,000 doctors working in the NHS, 27,400 more than in 1997, as well as record levels of doctors in training in UK medical schools.
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