Adventures That Bite: Campfire Tales of Dangerous Creatures
Is medicine dying is this country? Will you have a doctor to take care of you in the future whom you trust and have confidence in? In The Dark Side of Medicine, An Insiders View Dr. Robert J. Anderson exposes the ominous changes that have taken place in the healthcare industry over the past twenty-five years. Anderson argues that if things continue on their current path, soon no one will be adequately cared for when illness strikes. How can this be in the greatest country in the history of the world? Anderson details the rigorous and lengthy training of doctors and explains that upon graduation they face an even greater challengemaking their practices economically viable. He also presents the industry changes many are making for the worse, and explains that our only chance is positive change, which can only be affected by us, the current and future patients. Otherwise, when disease and illness come none of us will have a very good prognosis. The Dark Side of Medicine, An Insiders View will inform you of the current deterioration of this once honored profession and give you advice on how to get quality healthcare in todays environment.
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