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In a more general and more widely accepted sense, clinical iatrogenic disease
comprises all clinical conditions for which remedies, physicians, or hospitals are
the pathogens, or "sickening" agents. I will call this plethora of therapeutic ...
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 ...
But the doctor's newly acquired clinical eyeglasses made him look at death in a
new perspective. Whereas the merchants of the eighteenth century had
determined the outlook on death with the help of the charlatans they employed
and paid, ...
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