‘Choked Pipes is a magisterial book intended not for the day but responds to the needs of an era, written not for a single country but relevant for the intractable health problems of the developing world. Beyond the sumptuous assembly of evidence, presented is the analytical strategy of a doer. The importance of Nishtar’s achievement is that reform flows from the inner moral values that aim to make a social order more
equitable and just.’
——– Bernard Lown ——–
Professor Emeritus Harvard University and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate (1985)