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Medical modes & morals;

Author: Harry Roberts; Margaret Nelson Jackson
Publisher: [London] M. Joseph Ltd. [1937]
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Roberts; Margaret Nelson Jackson
OCLC Number: 14754947
Notes: Collection of articles which appeared originally in various journals.
Description: 255 pages
Contents: The bottle of medicine.-Specialist vs. Family doctor.-Medicine and advertisement.-How much truth should a doctor tell?.-The doctor in the courts.-The registered quack.-Medical ethics.-Are we getting healthier?.-Health and civilization.-Can health be bought?.-Luxuries and necessities.-Sex: habit or mystery?.-A child is born.-A doctor in the east end.-Are doctors worth while?.-What is disease?.-Next steps in preventive medicine.-The limitations of medicine.-Doctors and patients in the past.
Responsibility: with chapters on doctors and patients in the past by Margaret Jackson.

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