Here's a challenge to the accepted belief that the medical profession as a whole has high ethical standards which would not permit the tricks Tannenbaum assumes are general. The young doctor prostitutes himself to commercialism. The family doctor disappears. Hospitals, the answer for all seriously ill. Arraignment of pediatrists, and ""cultists"" of all kinds. Urges socialization of medicine. The book is certain to create a good deal of furor among both the profession and the laymen.