Oath of the Hindu Physician

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The oath of the Hindu physician also known as the vaidya's oath, dates back to the fifteen century B.C. A rough English transaction of the oath is:

"...Speak the truth; Not eat meat; Care for the good of all living beings;...Be simply clothed and drink no intoxicant;... Consider time and place; Always seek to grow in knowledge;...Never take a present woman without her husbands consent;...What happens in the house (of the patient) must not be mentioned outside..."

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