The preceding chapters provide a broad overview of how science fiction can include medical care and concepts. Medicine’s contributions to the genre may involve depicting the ministrations of human (or otherwise) practitioners of the healing arts, a cornucopia of methods to threaten or inflict physical and psychological harm on characters, and using futuristic technologies to heal, rejuvenate, or even remake the human body. This final chapter will summarize and expand on key ideas presented previously as well as introduce several new ones.
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