Whatever Happened to the General Practitioners?

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Nova Publishers, 1997 - 160 sider
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Reflecting on his 35-year career as a doctor in the US, Cantafio laments the trends that have led so many trained practitioners away from direct patient care, and have subjected all doctors to the scorn of patients who rightly see them pursuing personal gain rather than reducing suffering. He reviews the history of medicine and physicians in the co

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Indhold

Chapter I
1
Chapter II
7
Chapter III
15
Chapter IV
19
Chapter V
29
Chapter VI
39
Chapter VII
53
Chapter VIII
65
Chapter X
85
Chapter XI
101
Chapter XII
121
Chapter XIII
131
Chapter XIV
147
Addendum
155
About the Author
159
Copyright

Chapter IX
77

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