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Flavia Caretta*

 

 



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* Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia “A. Gemelli”, Roma, Associazione Medicina Dialogo Comunione

Health Dialogue Culture

Vuole contribuire all'elaborazione di una antropologia medica che si ispira ai principi contenuti nella spiritualità dell'unità, che anima il Movimento dei Focolari e alle esperienze realizzate in vari Paesi in questo campo.


 

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