Health and Medical Care in the U.S.: A Critical Analysis
Baywood Publishing Company, 1977 - Medical - 148 pages
A collection of papers that challenge the conventional analyses of the problems facing health, medicine and medical care in Western societies in general, and North America in particular.
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