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No wonder that the health industry tries to shift the blame for the damage caused
onto the victim, and that the dope-sheet of a multinational pharmaceutical
concern tells its readers that "iatrogenic disease is almost always of neurotic
origin." 69 ...
be proved, and the net contribution of medicine to society's burden of disease
must be assessed from without the profession.5 But any charge against medicine
for the clinical damage it causes constitutes only the first step in the indictment of
180 Minimal brain damage in children is as often as not a creation of Ritalin; it is
a diagnosis determined by the treatment. See Roger D. Freeman, "Review of
Medicine in Special Education: Medical-Behavioral Pseudorelationships,"
Journal of ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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