Is Life without Disease a False Hope?
Lamm, Richard D.
Medical Humanities Review 1999 Spring; 13(1): 80-82
review of FALSE HOPES: WHY AMERICA'S QUEST FOR PERFECT HEALTH IS A RECIPE FOR FAILURE, by Daniel Callahan; and LIFE WITHOUT DISEASE: THE PURSUIT OF MEDICAL UTOPIA, by William B. Schwartz
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