National medical commission may form experts' panel to decide on live broadcast of operations
The National Medical Commission (NMC) in India has failed to reach a consensus on whether live surgeries should be allowed at medical conferences. The Supreme Court issued a notice to the NMC following a petition accusing the All-India Ophthalmological Society of engaging in illegal and unethical live surgery broadcasts. Some believe that live surgery broadcasts are useful for educational purposes, while others argue that they are being used for advertising and marketing. Strict regulation of such activities is recommended to protect patient well-being.
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