Pain clinic: A woman’s journey through the dark depths of the Indian internet
Pain clinic is one of the most feared parts of the internet.
Pain clinics are where women are treated for injuries suffered in the course of an abusive relationship.
The stories are heartbreaking and sometimes even graphic, and many of the women who come to this place have suffered unimaginable pain.
For a long time, there has been no way of tracking the number of women who have been turned away from the pain clinic and sent back home.
Now, we have the first ever report of a woman who has made it to the pain care centre, where she is receiving a high-tech implant in her arm.
Her story, however, does not end there.
It is now being shared on Facebook and it has sparked debate on the need for more medical technology in India.
India is in the midst of a medical revolution.
We are not the only ones who have benefited from this.
While India has made tremendous strides in health care, there are many more things to do, said Dr. Murali Kumar, president of the National Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDC).
The pain clinic has not been a success story, but we have seen this phenomenon in other countries.
People are talking about it and there are also petitions being circulated and there have been a lot of people who have spoken out and expressed their concerns.
What we need now is the right kind of medical technology, said Amitabh Khandekar, a senior research fellow at the NCCD.
How do you get the right medical technology?
The answer is, we need to understand the human condition.