Volume 60, Number 4, October 2005

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences

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Bodily Differences?: Gender, Race, and Class in Hans Sloane's Jamaican Medical Practice, 1687-1688

pp. 391-444

Unraveling the Mystery of Why There Was No Childhood Lead Poisoning

pp. 445-477

The Liverpool Cholera Epidemic of 1832 and Anatomical Dissection--Medical Mistrust and Civil Unrest

pp. 478-498

The Asylum in Context: An Essay Review

pp. 499-505

Recent Dissertations in the History of Medicine

pp. 506-512

Book Reviews

Galen on the Brain: Anatomical Knowledge and Physiological Speculation in the Second Century AD (review)

pp. 513-514

The Black Death, 1346-1353: The Complete History (review)

pp. 514-516

Plants and Empire: Colonial Bioprospecting in the Atlantic World (review)

pp. 516-518

A History of William Osler's "The Principles and Practice of Medicine" (review)

pp. 518-520

The Man Who Invented the Chromosome: A Life of Cyril Darlington (review)

pp. 520-522

Five Quarts: A Personal and Natural History of Blood (review)

pp. 522-523

The Medical Delivery Business: Health Reform, Childbirth, and the Economic Order (review)

pp. 524-526

Books Received

Books Received

pp. 527-529

Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 530-531