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But there is no reason to believe that cost increases in pharmaceutical, hospital,
and professional medicine in China are less than in other countries. For the ...
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Medical Nemesis, the Expropriation of Health Ivan Illich. risen by 290 percent ... ""
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Drug Use," New England Journal of Medicine 290 (1974): 769-74. 111 Michael ...
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