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to provide renal dialysis at $15,000 per year to all those citizens who would claim
to need it, but Ghana is too poor to provide the people equitably with physicians
for primary care.68 Socially critical maximum cost of items that can be equitably ...
The slum dweller cannot reach the doctor when he needs him, and what is worse
, the old, if they are poor and locked in a "home," cannot get away from him. For
these and similar reasons, political parties convert the desire for health into ...
Or does it require that the poor get the same "education" although more will have
to be spent on their account to achieve equal results? Or must the educational
system, in order to be equitable, assure that the poor are not humiliated and hurt
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The most explosive, uncompromising, thoroughly researched attack on the gravest health hazard we face today: our medical system. In this landmark book, one of the most brilliant social critics of our ... Read full review
The Medicalization of Life
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