Julie, 30 years old, ill. I am thirty and I am tired to see that, although we live in a modern world, the illness almost comes systematically with a profound dehumanization. We live in a developed country but it seems that when it comes to treat illnesses, we only address what can be only seen: the flesh. After all, once […]
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