Unhealthy Cities: Corporate Medicine, Community Economic Underdevelopment, and Public Health
Whiteis, David G.
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Whiteis, David G. (1997)The growing corporate dominance in U.S. medical care has been a major factor in the increasingly inequitable distribution of health care resources and the declining public health conditions in poor and minority urban communities. ...
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