restricted access   Volume 62, Number 3, July 2007

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

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Physiology, Propaganda, and Pound Animals: Medical Research and Animal Welfare in Mid-Twentieth Century America

pp. 277-315

"Appropriate Remedial Action?" Medical Students, Medical Schools, and Smoking and Health Education in New York and the United States, 1964-87

pp. 316-335

Did J. Marion Sims Deliberately Addict His First Fistula Patients to Opium?

pp. 336-356

Book Reviews

Medicine for Women in Imperial China (review)

pp. 357-359

Rooted in the Earth, Rooted in the Sky: Hildegard of Bingen and Premodern Medicine (review)

pp. 359-361

A Chinese Physician: Wang Ji and the "Stone Mountain Medical Case Histories" (review)

pp. 361-363

Irritating Experiments: Haller's Concept and the European Controversy on Irritability and Sensibility, 1750-90 (review)

pp. 363-365

Dispelling the Myths of Abortion History (review)

pp. 365-367

Reproducing Empire: Race, Sex, Science, and U.S. Imperialism in Puerto Rico (review)

pp. 367-369

Quack, Quack, Quack: The Sellers of Nostrums in Prints, Posters, Ephemera & Books (review)

pp. 369-371

Inventing Pollution: Coal, Smoke, and Culture in Britain since 1800 (review)

pp. 372-374

Healing the Nation: Soldiers and the Culture of Caregiving in Britain during the Great War (review)

pp. 374-376

Sick Building Syndrome and the Problem of Uncertainty (review)

pp. 376-378

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 379-381