1. Asians—a Doping-Friendly Race?: Antidoping Research and Popular Discourse on Race in the Postgenomic Era
  2. Jaehwan Hyun
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  1. Embodying Progress: Aesthetic Surgery and Socioeconomic Change in South Korea
  2. Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
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  1. The Dubious Enhancement: Making South Korea a Plastic Surgery Nation
  2. So Yeon Leem
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  1. Blade Runner and Memory Devices: Reconsidering the Interrelations between the Body, Technology, and Enhancement
  2. Masato Fukushima
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  1. The Vaccinators: Smallpox, Medical Knowledge, and the “Opening” of Japan by Ann Jannetta (review)
  2. Regina Huebner
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  1. Medicine between Science and Religion: Explorations on Tibetan Grounds ed. by Vincanne Adams, Mona Schrempf, Sienna R. Craig (review)
  2. Inger K. Vasstveit
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  1. Manufacturing Tibetan Medicine: The Creation of an Industry and the Moral Economy of Tibetanness by Martin Saxer (review)
  2. Geoffrey Samuel
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  1. Neither Donkey nor Horse: Medicine in the Struggle over China’s Modernity by Sean Hsiang-lin Lei (review)
  2. Ruth Rogaski
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  1. Body and Enhancement Technology: An Introduction
  2. Eunjeong Ma
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