The Cultural crisis of modern medicine
Twelve essays examine aspects of medical care viewed as science and as social interaction, arguing that health care systems in advanced capitalistic societies function as instruments of domination and indoctrination
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MEDICINE AND IMPERIALISM OF YOU
Medicine and Imperialism
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