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‘Patient can have a third opinion too'

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Bhujanga Shetty
Bhujanga Shetty

“Even if the patient has the minutest doubt about the diagnosis or treatment strategy, he has every right to seek a second opinion. With so many treatment options available these days, the patient should be convinced that he is getting the best. When there are differing views, the patient can even go in for a third opinion, says K. Bhujang Shetty, Managing Director of Narayana Nethralaya.

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