Doctors in India have been forced to stop treating cancer patients because they are facing financial hardships, and some doctors have even lost their jobs, The Times of India reported.
The Indian government announced in July that it would set up a national fund to help doctors and hospitals cope with the crisis.
Since then, India has seen a record number of deaths and infections linked to cancer.
But as the crisis has worsened, the government has been struggling to find enough doctors to treat the rising numbers of patients.
According to the Times of Indian, some doctors in India face financial hardship due to the crisis and the shortage of primary care doctors, while others face pressure from other countries to accept less-qualified candidates.
The government’s decision to set up the fund is expected to provide financial relief to doctors who have lost their job due to lack of qualified candidates.
But some doctors are facing discrimination.
In a statement on Thursday, the National Commission for Primary Care Services (NCPCS) said that it was “not appropriate to provide any financial support to a private company to pay for their operations.”
In July, the NCPCS said that in order to keep their doctors employed, they must be provided with a “standard salary for the duration of their appointment, not less than Rs.1.5 lakh per annum.”
But according to The Times Of India, some of the doctors facing discrimination have complained that they are not paid their salary and are forced to quit their jobs.
Some doctors have faced difficulties in finding qualified applicants, and the government said it would review the proposal.
“We have to keep working because of this crisis,” said a hospital doctor, who asked not to be named.
“There are a lot of people who have been dying.
We have to work even harder,” he added.
Some of the affected doctors have asked to remain anonymous.
According the report, some Indian doctors have been taking the time to send medical photos of themselves in hospital after the crisis hit.
A recent study found that many of India’s doctors are not aware of how to access health insurance, and that many hospitals and primary care clinics have no staff members available to provide care.
In addition, many hospitals are not properly staffed or have no facilities for patients to be seen in.
Some patients have been given the choice to go to a hospital emergency room, which has led to a rise in infections.
The hospital where a nurse was recently injured during an outbreak of tuberculosis also has no operating rooms and only a few operating theatres.
Indian health officials said that hospitals have struggled to get enough doctors because of the lack of trained staff, and have been trying to recruit qualified doctors.
According a report by The Times, in many Indian hospitals, the doctors have not been allowed to use their own hospital facilities.
“The government has promised that a doctor will be appointed within three months to manage the hospital, but this has not happened.
Many doctors are getting nervous and have left their hospitals.
They are leaving because of a lack of training,” said the hospital doctor.
“They have to quit because of lack of staff.
We are not able to get a proper doctor to treat them,” he said.
India’s medical system has faced a major crisis in recent years.
In 2015, the country recorded the highest number of hospital infections in the world, and this year, there has been a massive increase in infections and deaths linked to the disease.
According for the World Health Organization, the number of cases in India has nearly tripled since 2010.
India is one of the top five countries for tuberculosis deaths in the entire world.
According To The Times News Service, a government official said that the government is trying to find ways to improve the health system in India.
“This will take time and it will take a long time to improve everything in this country.
The situation in India is still very poor and we have to be patient,” said an official in the health ministry.