Dr Taru Jindal’s commitment and work in rural has redefined the scope of community medicine, saving thousands of pregnant women and children in rural Bihar. Dr Taru Jindal grew up with a close affection and an attitude to help those in pain. She dropped her plans to move into the polished of corporate healthcare and fellowships and instead worked for many years in rural Bihar – saving thousands of pregnant women and children in the process. Her unceasing efforts – that range from primary health care, lactation, to community farming to combat malnutrition – can be read in comprehensive in the forthcoming exclusive interview.

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