Promising cure for infertility, quack meets residents
| Friday | 11th January, 2019
But E Srinivasan continues to practice, like at least 25,000 others in the state, with no formal training in medicine.
It’s Rs5,000 extra for a boy,” a domestic cook in Vedapatti, S Saritha, said holding a poster in which Srinivasan was blaring out.
In Coimbatore, however, 11 quacks were identified in the last two years.
He told me that an injection will get me pregnant within a month.
If I want a baby girl, I must pay Rs25000 for the injection.
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