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1 The Epidemics of Modern Medicine During the past three generations the
diseases afflicting Western societies have undergone dramatic changes.1 Polio,
diphtheria, and tuberculosis are vanishing; one shot of an antibiotic often cures ...
The hospital, the modern cathedral, lords it over this hieratic environment of
health devotees. From Stockholm to Wichita the towers of the medical center
impress on the landscape the promise of a conspicuous final embrace. For rich
and poor, ...
93 For a theoretical analysis of the health levels specified in these terms, see
Aaron Antonovsky, "Breakdown: A Needed Fourth Step in the Conceptual
Armamentarium of Modern Medicine," Social Science and Medicine 6 (October
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