Science and the Quiet Art: Medical Research and Patient Care

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Has medical science failed the modern world? A decade ago few would have entertained the thought, for science had cured many of the great killers of the past - smallpox, polio, diptheria - and moderated others. And yet we seem in many ways at a medical dead-end; having banished one set of ills we are faced with other quite intractable diseases - heart attacks, strokes, cancer, arthritis, psychiatric disorders, and AIDS. What is the truth of it? How far has science come from Hippocrates to recombinant DNA? Who were the great ...

Science and the Quiet Art: Medical Research and Patient Care 1997, Oxford University Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780192628930

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Science and the Quiet Art: Medical Research and Patient Care 1995, Oxford University Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780192626509

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