Medical Nemesis: The Expropriation of Health
Graduate studies at Western
Pantheon Books (1976)
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|Keywords||Social medicine Medicine Philosophy Medical care Iatrogenic diseases Delivery of health care Ethics, Medical Iatrogenic disease Philosophy, Medical Politics Social medicine|
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