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Are not such diseases as AIDS and cancer to be expected in such a society? A disturbing phenomenon of contemporary society is the aggressive pursuit of excessive wealth through exploitation of others. This acquired wealth is then frequently squandered on lavish self-indulgence. Philanthropic concerns evaporate in the heat of such greed. Individuals caught up in this modern phenomenon may possess mental clarity and coherence; their capabilities in the business world attest to that. However, on the deepest levels of the mental-spiritual plane such persons are very sick; all of their "creative" actions are selfishly motivated, serving only themselves.

MEARES E: Etiology of prostatitis. Urology (supplement) 1984; 24 :4-5 65. THIN RN, SIMMONS PD: Review of results of four regimens for treatment of chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Brit J Urology 1983; 55: 519-521 66. STAMEY TA: Prostatitis. J Royal Soc Med 1981; 74:22-33 67. SCHAEFFER AJ: Pharmacokinetics of antibiotics used in treatment of prostatitis. Urology (supplement) 1984; 24: 8-9 68. GOLDFARB M: Clinical efficacy of antibiotics in treatment of prostatitis. Urology (supplement) 1984; 24:12-13 Chapter 1 THE NECESSITY OF A MODEL "The myths ofHygieia andAsclepius symbolize the neverending oscillation between two different points of view in medicine.

University of California Press, 1974 MARTIN EW et al: Hazards of Medication. Toronto: J. B. , 1971 MARTY CR: British Medical Journal, 10 November 1979; 6199: 1194 WEITZ M: Health Shock: A Guide to Ineffective and Hazardous Medical Treatment. , 1980 OWEN D: In Sickness and In Health. London: Quartet, 1976 Chapter 3 PRELIMINARY IDEAS Before presenting my proposed Model for Health and Disease, certain clarifications of some basic ideas promoted in this treatise may be necessary. It is for this reason I state, from the very beginning, that in this Model the states of health and disease are considered to be intricately interrelated, and our old concept of disease as a separate and distinct entity should be completely abandoned.

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