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Deborah MasonIn the course of the novel Molly endures enough insensitive physicians to form her own H.M.O. . . . But where Ms. Adams's books at their best offer acute snapshots of self-deluding passions . . .Medicine Men ultimately surrenders to overkill. . . .insistent gilding of reality and unrelieved doctor bashing dilute the work Ms. Adams has done [in the novel] . . .
—New York Times