Man Adapting: With a New Chapter by the Author

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This enlarged edition of Man Adapting includes a new chapter expanding Dr. Dubos's discussion of the role of medicine in man's adaptive processes. In 1965 he wrote at length of the biological and social problems of human adaptation, while treating the medical aspects of this problem only in passing. He believed that the goal of medicine was to help man function successfully with the particular circumstances of his environment and heredity. But despite advancements in the prevention and treatment of disease, skepticism has ...

Man Adapting: With a New Chapter by the Author 1980, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT

ISBN-13: 9780300025811

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