Medicine: Modest & Proud

Men with well-stuffed wallets walk into the offices of the best medical specialists, have their ills suavely diagnosed and treated, their wallets suavely deflated. Men whose purses are lean almost to nothingness walk into charity clinics and hospitals where maladies are squelched free of charge, perhaps by these same specialists, always by adepts. But what of the man whose purse is merely modest? If his ills are complex he faces a dilemma. He cannot afford to consult leading medicos; he is generally too proud to accept charity service. What he would like is...

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