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Contents Introduction o PART I. Clinical Iatrogenesis 1. The Epidemics of Modern
Medicine 13 Doctors' Effectiveness — an Illusion Useless Medical Treatment
Doctor-Inflicted Injuries Defenseless Patients PART II. Social Iatrogenesis 2.
Such attempts to avoid litigation and prosecution may now do more damage than
any other iatrogenic stimulus. On a second level,70 medical practice sponsors
sickness by reinforcing a morbid society that encourages people to become ...
Social Iatrogenesis 4 Medicine undermines health not only through direct
aggression against individuals but also through the impact of its social
organization on the total milieu. When medical damage to individual health is
produced by a ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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