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Children wait for treatment at a clinic in Okhla Slum, Delhi, India. Most clinics in the slums of India are run by 'quack' doctors, who have little formal training and offer injections as the most common method of treatment. 65% of all injections in India are given using a dirty syringe.

Children wait for treatment at a clinic in Okhla Slum, Delhi, India. Most clinics in the slums of India are run by 'quack' doctors, who have little formal training and offer injections as the most common method of treatment. 65% of all injections in India are given using a dirty syringe.