Boundaries, Not Barriers: Some Uniquely Jewish Perspectives

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Some press for better coverage for particular demographic groups; others want more attention and resources devoted to people with particular diseases; and still others press for more preventive care, more patient involvement in care, or more attention to the needs of rural areas. Count Campello read a paper on the nature of the Church work which he wished to do, and some there present were asked by the meeting to act as a committee for the organization of the work. Many reformers believed in abstinence and it was through their early association with temperance societies that they met other reformers and began to seek ways to improve other aspects of society.

Pages: 269

Publisher: Eakin Press; 1 edition (December 1, 2005)

ISBN: 1571688641

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