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The hidden health care system mediating structures and medicine by Lowell S. Levin

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Published by Ballinger Pub. Co. in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English



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  • Social medicine -- United States,
  • Social institutions -- United States,
  • Family -- Health and hygiene -- United States,
  • Self-care, Health -- United States,
  • Spiritual healing -- United States,
  • Voluntary health agencies -- United States,
  • Medical policy -- United States

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Edition Notes

Other titlesMediating structures and medicine.
StatementLowell S. Levin and Ellen L. Idler.
ContributionsIdler, Ellen L., joint author., American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research.
LC ClassificationsRA418.3.U6 L48
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 272 p. ;
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4110124M
ISBN 100884108228
LC Control Number80025060

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