Beyond Boundaries of Biomedicine: Pragmatic Perspectives on Health and Disease

Rodopi (2003)
Chapter 1 Introduction The man was coughing again. Shocked he was as he discovered that his saliva had a reddish taint. Would he have a lung disease after all? Cancer perhaps? Long ago, relatives of his had died from LC, lung cancer.
Keywords Medicine Philosophy  Disease  Medicine methods  Philosophy, Medical  Evidence-Based Medicine methods  Fatty Acids, Omega-3 therapeutic use  Psychiatry
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Call number R723.S7585 2003
ISBN(s) 9042008164   9789042008168
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