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26 Pharmacists, for instance, will not be condemned for poisoning their clients.
See Earl R. Quinney, "Occupational Structure and Criminal Behavior:
Prescription Violation by Retail Pharmacists," Social Problems 1 1 (1963): 179-85
The argument that institutional health care (remedial or preventive) ceases after a
certain point to correlate with any further "gains" in health can be misused for
transforming clients hooked on doctors into clients of some other service ...
Their primary responsibility is to science in the abstract or, in a nebulous way, to
their profession.89 Their personal responsibility for the particular client has been
resorbed into a vague sense of power extending over all tasks and clients of all ...
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