On the Machine: Aboriginal Stories about Kidney Troubles

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IAD Press, 1998 - History - 80 pages
Kidney disease is a growing problem in the Aboriginal communities of Central Australia. Some say it is becoming an epidemic. This is a collection of stories and experiences from Aboriginal people who know about kidney disease: patients, their families and communities, and health workers. For Aboriginal renal patients and community members, this book will be a starting point for discussion. For others it will be a revelation. The full text of Jeannie Devitt and Anthony McMasters' report into end-stage renal disease in CEntral Australian Aboriginal communities is published by IAD Press as Living on Medicine.

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