This book, originally published in 1983, drawing material from
Europe, the USA, the Soviet Union and the Developing World,
provides a comprehensive review of the key issues in medical
geography. It sets the central problems of medical geography in a
broad social context as well as in a spatial one and analyses
changing conceptions of health and illness in detail. It also
explores the pathological relationship between people and their
environment and illustrates that social phenomena form spatial
patterns which provide a good starting point for the examination of
the relationship between medicine, health and society.
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