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But like all other such remedies, capitation enlarges the iatrogenic fascination
with the health supply. People forgo their own lives to get as much treatment as
they can. In England the National Health Service has tried, albeit unsuccessfully,
Until about 1972 they did so, in the opinion of an author who surveyed British
health economics, "by means in their ... Since 1972 the Health Service in Britain
has undergone a traumatic change, for complex economic and political reasons.
7 Political Countermeasures Fifteen years ago it would have been impossible to
get a hearing for the claim that medicine itself might be a danger to health. In the
early 1960s, the British National Health Service still enjoyed a worldwide ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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