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Excepting only the money allocated for treatment of water supplies, 90 percent of
all funds earmarked for health in developing countries is spent not for sanitation
but for treatment of the sick. From 70 percent to 80 percent of the entire public ...
The life expectancy of young adults is still increasing in some poorer countries.
But in rich countries the life expectancy of those between fifteen and forty-five has
tended to stabilize because accidents143 and the new diseases of civilization kill
To be able to afford to give all of the poor equal access to medicine of uniform
quality in poor countries, most of the present training and activity of the health
professions would have to be discontinued. However, delivery of effective basic
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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