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Boundaries of medicine

Grant M Russell
Med J Aust 2003; 178 (4): 191-192.

To the Editor: Van Der Weyden has asked a provocative question about the relevance of what he calls "medicine's homage to health".1 In so doing, he pays his own homage to a world where boundaries are sharp and healing becomes reduced to a matter of applying "bioscience to matters of mind and body".

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