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Medicine for the Masses?

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    Pamela Fadem speaks about the Hesperian Foundation's publishings in the "Where There Are No Doctors" series. This proposed village handbook has sold over three million copies and has been translated into 50 languages. It is used by shopkeepers, pharmacists, teachers, health workers, mothers and midwives to provide practical medical knowledge and support in areas where no professional medical assistance can be reached. The work also takes into consideration the various possible cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the readers, and melds this information with the most important medical problems that must be addressed.

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    Pamela Fadem speaks about the Hesperian Foundation's publishings in the "Where There Are No Doctors" series. This proposed village handbook has sold over three million copies and has been translated into 50 languages. It is used by shopkeepers, pharmacists, teachers, health workers, mothers and midwives to provide practical medical knowledge and support in areas where no professional medical assistance can be reached. The work also takes into consideration the various possible cultural and ethnic backgrounds of the readers, and melds this information with the most important medical problems that must be addressed.

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