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Consumer lobbies and consumer control of hospital boards should therefore
force doctors to improve their wares. (2) The delivery of remedies and access to
services is unequal and arbitrary; it depends either on the patient's money and
Consumer. Protection. for. Addicts. When people become aware of their
dependence on the medical industry, they tend to be trapped in the belief that
they are already hopelessly hooked. They fear a life of disease without a doctor
much as ...
Medical care is uncertain and unpredictable; many consumers do not desire it, do
not know they need it, and cannot know in advance what it will cost them. They
cannot learn from experience. They must rely on the supplier to tell them if they ...
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