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42 Robert Sutherland, Cancer: The Significance of Delay (London: Butterworth,
1960), pp. 196-202. Also Hedley Atkins et al., "Treatment of Early Breast Cancer:
A Report after Ten Years of Clinical Trial," British Medical Journal, 1972, 2:423-9;
sickness, health acquired a clinical status, becoming the absence of clinical
symptoms, and clinical standards of normality became associated with well-being
.24 Disease could never have been associated with abnormality if the value of ...
In our century a valetudinarian's death while undergoing treatment by clinically
trained doctors came to be perceived, for the first time, as a civil right. Old-age
medical care was written into union contracts. The capitalist privilege of natural ...
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