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Quackery is the Need of Society

Quackery is the problem of almost all countries having less economies. Pakistan is also the victim of quackery. This study is designed to check why quackery is increased day by day in Pakistan. In this study 390 respondents have participated and served as the primary source of information for the investigation of this research. By using conditional forward selection technique we suggest the best possible logistic regression model. There are 3 significant variables in the final selected variables (Quacks can satisfy patients much more than registered medical practitioners (X2), Quacks are available at low cost for patients’ treatment round the clock (X4), and Less number of registered medical practitioners create space for quacks (X6)), and all these three variables have direct relation with need of quackery. Among these three variables (X6) is most dominant and (X2) is second most dominant factor for quackery. Keywords: Quackery, Availability, Logistic, Regression, Low Cost.
MUHAMMAD ZUBAIR and ASAD ALI 69-73 Download(266)

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