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This is a country where the poor fear tuberculosis, which kills 1,000 Indians a day, but people like me - middle-class people with access to health services that are probably better than England's - don't fear it at all. It's an unglamorous disease, like so much of the things that the poor of India endure (Adiga in Jefferies 2008).

Original publication

DOI

10.1177/097317410900400101

Type

Journal article

Journal

Journal of South Asian Development

Publication Date

01/04/2009

Volume

4

Pages

1 - 6