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Catastrophe, Caregiving and Today’s Biomedicine

  • Arthur Kleinman (a1) and Bridget Hanna (a1)

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Many factors, including the increasing commercialization of biomedicine, have caused medical practice to be increasingly divorced from the practice of caregiving. In this article, the authors argue that the two must be reunited in multiple ways if we are to have a just and compassionate healthcare and medical practice.

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Catastrophe, Caregiving and Today’s Biomedicine

  • Arthur Kleinman (a1) and Bridget Hanna (a1)

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