A New Medical Pluralism: Complementary Medicine, Doctors, Patients And The State

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Taylor & Francis, Dec 16, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
This comparative text examines the rise of non-orthodox medicine and theorizes the changing nature of health care in modern societies. It engages with sociological debates on modernity and postmodernity, anthropological work.

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