A Doctor's Prescription: For Getting the Best Medical Care

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Dembner Books, 1990 - Health & Fitness - 216 pages
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Provides information and guidelines so that the reader can make the right choices regarding: choosing a doctor and health insurance, explains medical tests and medications, and gives data on substance abuse, nutrition, health, and medical malpractice

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A doctor's prescription: for getting the best medical care

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What a good idea, and how well-intentioned Dr. Link is. What a shame the text is so wordy and pedestrian in places. With chapters on choosing a doctor and health insurance, on medical tests, drugs ... Read full review

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About the author (1990)

KURT LINK, M.D. is a retired Internist who has authored several books, including Understanding the Vaccine Controversy (Praeger, 2005). He has also authored articles published in medical and scientific literature. His latest book is still in press, and he is presently working on two new projects. A past Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Cornell Medical College and The Medical College of Virginia, he recently retired after 40 years of active clinical practice. Dr. Link and his wife live at North Carolina's Outer Banks.

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