The importance of medical television series in modern popular culture

Abstract


TV shows are studied by academics but they are also carefully analyzed by their fans. Medical TV series often contain the powerful ethical and humanistic potential, which contributes to the intimacy between doctors and patients.

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I A Golubinov


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