1. To Place or Not to Place: Toward an Environmental History of Modern Medicine
  2. Christopher Sellers
  3. pp. 1-45
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  1. Climate Change?: The Environment, Physicians, and Historians
  2. Barron H. Lerner
  3. pp. 46-49
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  1. Comment: Materia Medica
  2. Linda Nash
  3. pp. 50-54
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  1. The Fielding H. Garrison Lecture: Great Doctor History:
  2. Barron H. Lerner
  3. pp. 55-77
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  1. “He Must Die or Go Mad in This Place”: Prisoners, Insanity, and the Pentonville Model Prison Experiment, 1842–52
  2. Catherine Cox, Hilary Marland
  3. pp. 78-109
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  1. The Cowpox Controversy: Memory and the Politics of Public Health in Cuba
  2. Stephanie H. Gonzalez
  3. pp. 110-140
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  1. The Radicalization of Breast Cancer Surgery: Joseph Colt Bloodgood’s Role in William Stewart Halsted’s Legacy
  2. James R. Wright Jr.
  3. pp. 141-171
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  1. A Research Enclave in 1940s Nigeria: The Rockefeller Foundation Yellow Fever Research Institute at Yaba, Lagos, 1943–49
  2. Megan Vaughan
  3. pp. 172-205
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  1. Household Medicine in Seventeenth-Century England by Anne Stobart (review)
  2. Amanda E. Herbert
  3. pp. 206-207
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  1. The Experiential Caribbean: Creating Knowledge and Healing in the Early Modern Atlantic by Pablo F. Gómez (review)
  2. Karen B. Graubart
  3. pp. 207-209
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  1. “Misfits” in Fin-de-Siecle France and Italy: Anatomies of Difference by Susan A. Ashley (review)
  2. Robert A. Nye
  3. pp. 209-210
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  1. William James: Psychical Research and the Challenge of Modernity by Krister Dylan Knapp (review)
  2. Linda Simon
  3. pp. 211-212
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  1. Testing Fate: Tay-Sachs Disease and the Right to Be Responsible by Shelley Z. Reuter (review)
  2. Stephen Pemberton
  3. pp. 212-214
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  1. Nursing with a Message: Public Health Demonstration Projects in New York City by Patricia D’Antonio (review)
  2. Dennis Doyle
  3. pp. 214-215
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  1. Madhouse: Psychiatry and Politics in Cuban History by Jennifer L. Lambe (review)
  2. Jonathan D. Ablard
  3. pp. 217-219
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  1. Life on Ice: A History of New Uses for Cold Blood by Joanna Radin (review)
  2. Kara W. Swanson
  3. pp. 219-221
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  1. Private Aid, Political Activism: American Medical Relief to Spain and China, 1936–1949 by Aelwen D. Wetherby (review)
  2. David Forsythe
  3. pp. 221-222
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  1. Rebel Genius: Warren S. McCulloch’s Transdisciplinary Life in Science by Tara Abraham (review)
  2. Katja Guenther
  3. pp. 223-224
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  1. Plastic Reason: An Anthropology of Brain Science in Embryogenetic Terms by Tobias Rees (review)
  2. Maurizio Meloni
  3. pp. 227-228
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  1. The Lives of Community Health Workers: Local Labor and Global Health in Urban Ethiopia by Kenneth Maes (review)
  2. Henry B. Perry
  3. pp. 228-230
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  1. To Fix or to Heal: Patient Care, Public Health, and the Limits of Biomedicine ed. by Joseph E. Davis, Ana Marta González (review)
  2. Joel D. Howell
  3. pp. 230-231
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  1. Fixing Medical Prices: How Physicians Are Paid by Miriam J. Laugesen (review)
  2. Rick Mayes
  3. pp. 232-233
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