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Here medicine is exercised by full-time specialists who control large populations
by means of bureaucratic institutions.30 These specialists form professions which
exercise a unique kind of control over their own work.31 Unlike unions, these ...
Of course, physicians lord it over these fiefs and determine what work these
pseudo-professions shall do. But with the recognition of some autonomy many of
these specialized groups of medical pages, ushers, footmen, and squires have
control over an expanding medical technocracy is not unlike the
professionalization of the patient: both enhance medical power and increase its
nocebo effect. As long as the public bows to the professional monopoly in
assigning the sick-role, ...
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