Bedside Manners: Myth of the Doctor-Patient Relationship
"Half of what we have taught you is wrong; unfortunately, we don't know which half."--text from a speech from Harvard Medical School. This is an important and revealing expos of health care culture, highlighting malpractice, chronic pain, hospital infections, unnecessary surgery, and insurance restrictions on care choice.
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