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Dr. med. Ewald Proll :: Arzt für Psychiatrie / Psychotherapie

Zitat:

"Any eventual reform to health care, regardless of who wins, is going to become the usual mess based first on ideological inclination and then processed through the machine of money, industry influence, political pandering and either "compromise" or "cooperation," depending on how one views unwillingness to demand absolutes."
Healthcare Blog 25.8.2008
"Universal health care is a moral obligation for an industrialized society."
Shadwofax 1.10.2008
"The best diseases, from a business point of view, would be those that cause lingering illnesses. Ideally – that is, for maximum profit – the patient should either get well or die just before all of his or her money runs out. It’s a fine calculation."
Crake, from Oryx and Crake: A Novel by Margaret Atwood.
"If you ever find yourself in complete agreement with the public, especially when "public" includes people you wanted to murder in the last election, then your position is not only wrong, it's not even yours."
The Last Psychiatrist
"Es geht darum, dass wir heute eine politisch gewollte Deprofessionalisierung und damit eine Entwertung des Arztberufs erleben, weil ein Arzt, der sich auf seinen Professionsstatus beruft und damit Freiheit im Denken und Behandeln reklamiert, schwieriger zu managen ist."
Giovanni Maio 2014

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