Bulletin of the History of Medicine Spring 2007. Special Issue: Cancer in the Twentieth Century
PACKARD, Randall M.; FISSELL, Mary E. (eds.)
Includes: Cancer Control and Prevention in the Twentieth Century, by David Cantor; Publicizing Childhood Cancers in Twentieth-Century America, by Gretchen Krueger; Cancer and Popular Hollywood film, by Susan E. Lederer; Cancer as the General Population Knows It: Knowledge, Fear, and Lay Education in 1950s Britain, by Elizabeth Toon; Feminist Surgeons and the Establishment of Radiotherapy in Early Twentieth-Century Britain, by Ornella Moscucci; Cancer Clinical Trials, by Peter Keating and Alberto Cambrosio; Ill Patient, Public Activist: Rose Kushner's Attack on Breast Cancer Chemotherapy, by Barron H. Lerner; Breast Cancer and the Materiality of Risk, by Ilana Lowy, Henry Lynch and the Transformations of Hereditary Cancer, by Raul Necochea; etc.
- Publisher: The American Association for the History of Medicine; The Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine; Johns Hopkins University Press
- Edition: Volume 81 No. 1
- Date Published: 2007
- Place Published: n/a
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Near fine
- Signed: No
- Dust Jacket: No
- Jacket Condition: n/a
334 p. + advertising. 23 cm. A few b&w illustrations. Paperback. Light wear.