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John Powles, "On the Limitations of Modern Medicine," in Science, Medicine and
Man (London: Pergamon, 1973), 1:1-30, gives a critical selection of recent
English-language literature on this subject. For the U.S. situation consult Rick
157 For literature on the subtle penetration of the hospital into the interstices of
the modern city consult Gerald F. Pyle. "The Geography of Health Care," in John
Melton Hunter, The Geography of Health and Disease, Studies in Geography no.
these goods, a new branch of legal 204 and ethical literature has arisen to deal
with the question how to exclude some, select others, and justify choices of life-
prolonging techniques and ways of making death more comfortable and ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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