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47 Martin S. Feldstein, "Hospital Cost Inflation: Study of Nonprofit Price Dynamics
," American Economic Review 61 (December 1971): 853-76. For a
complementary prediction of a further increase in capital-intensive medicine see
Until about 1972 they did so, in the opinion of an author who surveyed British
health economics, "by means in their way almost as ruthless — but generally
held to be more acceptable — than the ability to pay." 58 Until that time health
care was ...
29 Charles Kadushin, "Social Class and the Experience of III Health,"
Sociological Inquiry 34 (1964): 67-80, challenges the sociological dogma of an
association between socio-economic status and the occurrence of chronic
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