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on June 13, 2011
This is the most compelling book exposing conflicts of interest, usurpation of a whole profession by money & a total disregard for the code of honor of medical professionals.The systems of Japan & France are also scrutinized. Medicine & the allied professions in the USA were bought off by industry long ago and what we have now is a mendacious medical industrial complex where whole systems no longer have the integrity they used to. Billions are spent on medical futility or therapeutic obstinacy on those past all cures, all remissions, all reprieves from advanced age or dementia. Sadly, just follow the money. The capitalistic model is only interested in the bottom line- even industry controls the message of the medical student to buy this brand or that brand. No wonder the system is bankrupt: financially, morally, ethically. The medical industrial complex has sown rewards for generations to come, rewards for itself. For this work of major importance I give Dr. Rodwin 5 stars. Damiano de Sano Iocovozzi MSN FNP CNS, CEO of the Thomas Edwin Walls Foundation (scholarship to medical, nursing, social work and respiratory care students who learn biomedical ethics, advocate for sooner hospice placements & learn the signs that a patient has less than 6 months of life)
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