New Ways to Die in the Age of Biomedicalization


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Abstract For decades, mortality studies have assumed a single disease causes each death. Nosologists harmonize cause-of-death data by imposing the same set of ideal-typical causal chains on millions of deaths. Both biological and social theories cast doubt on this model, favoring an approach where multiple diseases act together to produce mortality. Additionally, social theory regarding diagnosis ...


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