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A critique of health care

Geetanjali Gangoli


Abstract

In this trenchant critique of the health care system in India, Prabha Krishan argues that modern medicine is reductionist and detrimental to the health of men and women. Her book is divided into two sections – the first elucidating the problems and limitations of modern medicine and science, the second looking in some detail at the Health Awareness Centre in Mumbai that offers an alternative to these systems.

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