A Doctor's Guide to the Best Medical Care: A Practical, No-Nonsense Evaluation of Your Treatment Options for Over 100 Conditions and Diseases

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St Martins Press, May 1, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 325 pages
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You like your doctor, but are you sure you're getting the best possible treatment? Ever wonder what other doctors would think of your medical care? Do you know what your chances are for a real cure? This book serves as a reality check. It will help you determine what your personal physician should be doing to diagnose your problem and alleviate your symptoms. It will also help you save money on treatments and protect you from unnecessary medical procedures. Special features include how to find a good doctor, getting the most from your medical check-up, what your doctor probably won't tell you, how to prevent heart disease, and saying goodbye to children's ear infections.

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Michael Oppenheim is Associate Professor in the Department of Religion at Concordia University, Montreal.

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