Confessions of a Medical Heretic
Revealing that modern medicine's methods are often more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to diagnose and treat, Dr. Mendelsohn explains the risks of annual physical examinations, drugs, and unnecessary surgery, and compares home and hospitalbirths
Confessions of a Medical Heretic
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Confessions of a Microfinance Heretic
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Confessions Of A Heretic
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Confessions of a Heretic
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