2021
DOI: 10.18192/aporia.v13i1.5284
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Underlying premises in medical mission trips for Madiha (Kulina) Indigenous people in the Brazilian Amazon

Abstract: This article proposes two premises that underlie biomedical health care delivery provided through medical missions to Madiha (Kulina) Indigenous Amazonian people living in forest villages. First, that health care is implemented through a set of detached transferable goods and services. Second, that health is a condition that requires the importation of knowledge and resources. The premises were induced through qualitative research on the Brazilian government’s medical missions that provide biomedical care to M… Show more

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