Making Sense of Illness

Making Sense of Illness

By juxtaposing the contested and controversial histories of a range of diseases, Aronowitz shows how values and interests have determined research programs, public health activities, clinical decisions and the patient's experience of illness.

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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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ISBN 9780521558259
Pages 267 pages
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