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On the machine : Aboriginal stories about kidney troubles / [compiled by] Jeannie Devitt & Anthony McMasters
Bib ID 549935
Format BookBook
Description Alice Springs, N.T. : IAD Press, 1998 
80 pages ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 1864650036
Summary

An edited selection from the interviews in which Aboriginal patients and family members along with Aboriginal kidney doctors and community members, share their knowledge and experiences. It is not only a catalyst for discussion among those directly affected by renal disease, but a resource for the broader Aboriginal community.

Notes

Accompanies: Living on medicine / by Jeannie Devitt & Anthony McMasters.

Subjects Chronic renal failure -- Patients -- Australia, Central.  |  Aboriginal Australians -- Diseases -- Australia, Central.  |  Health - Attitudes and definitions.  |  Health - Urogenital system.
Other authors/contributors Devitt, Jeannie  |  McMasters, Anthony  |  Devitt, Jeannie. Living on medicine

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