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 n.— «People with multiple health problems—a condition known as multimorbidity—are largely overlooked both in medical research and in the nation’s clinics and hospitals. The default position is to treat complicated patients as collections of malfunctioning body parts rather than as whole human beings.» —“Treating an Illness Is One Thing. What About a Patient With Many? ” by Siri Carpenter New York Times Mar. 30, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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