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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The contemporary physician and his patient are riding the crest of the most dramatic expansion of medical capability in history. But the rapid proliferation of medical knowledge has not been entirely benign. Although our reverses have been minor in contrast to our advances, negative effects cannot be ignored. My discussion involves one aspect of this problem--the emergence of what I have called "Diseases of Medical Progress" (Moser, 1964).
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