Saatekirjaga rahvaarsti juures

The article discusses one of the healing strategies used by Laine Roht, a well-known folk healer from southern Estonia, in the 1980s; namely, she demanded that the patients turning to her bring a referral letter from their doctor. This kind of behaviour was a response to the state’s prohibition o... Ausführliche Beschreibung

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Quelle: In Mäetagused (01.12.2015)
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