Bulletin of the History of Medicine Winter 2005
PACKARD, Randall M.; BYLEBYL, Jerome J. (eds.)
Includes: The Field H. Garrison Lecture: The Great American Medicine Show Revisited, by Nancy Tomes; Science, Suffrage, and Experimentation: Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Controversy over Vivisection in Late Nineteenth-Century America, by Carla Bittel; Personalizing Illness and Modernity: S. Weir Mitchell, Literary Women, and Neurasthenia, 1870-1914, by David G. Schuster; The Recognition of Silicosis: Labor Unions and Physicians in the Chilean Copper Industry, 1930s-1960s, by Angela Vergara; Releasing the Flood Waters: Diuril and the Reshaping of Hypertension, by Jeremy A. Greene.
- Publisher: The American Association for the History of Medicine; The Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine; Johns Hopkins University Press
- Edition: Volume 79 No. 4
- Date Published: 2005
- Place Published: n/a
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Near fine
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- Dust Jacket: No
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Pages 628-877 + advertising. 23 cm. Paperback. Light wear.