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The effectiveness of medical intervention in combatting noninfectious diseases is
even more questionable. In some situations and for some conditions, effective
progress has indeed been demonstrated: the partial prevention of caries through
Careful statistical findings have confirmed their intuition: the higher mortality of
those benefitted by mechanical care in the hospital is usually ascribed to fright.
221 Black Magic Technical intervention in the physical and biochemical make-up
The level of public health corresponds to the degree to which the means and
responsibility for coping with illness are distributed among the total population.
This ability to cope can be enhanced but never replaced by medical intervention
or by ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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