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Helen Tilley. 2011 .

Tilley, Helen, 1968-

Tropical Africa was one of the last regions of the world to experience formal European colonialism, a process that coincided with the advent of a range of new scientific specialties and research methods. Africa as a Living Laboratory is a far-reaching study of the thorny…
Abena Dove Osseo-Asare. 2014 .

Osseo-Asare, Abena Dove Agyepoma,

"For over a century, plant specialists worldwide have sought to transform healing plants in African countries into pharmaceuticals. And for equally as long, conflicts over these medicinal plants have endured, from stolen recipes and toxic tonics to unfulfilled promises of…
Nancy Rose Hunt. 1999 .

Hunt, Nancy Rose.

1. Crocodiles and Wealth -- 2. Doctors and Airplanes -- 3. Dining and Surgery -- 4. Nurses and Bicycles -- 5. Babies and Forceps -- 6. Colonial Maternities -- 7. Debris -- Departures.
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Julie Livingston. 2005 .

Livingston, Julie.

Introduction : themes and orientation -- Family matters and money matters -- Public health and developing persons -- Male migration and the pluralization of medicine -- Increasing autonomy, entangled therapeutics, and hidden wombs -- Postcolonial development and constrained care.
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    HN806.A8 L58 2005 c. 1
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Sunil S. Amrith. 2006 .

Amrith, Sunil S., 1979-

"In the middle decades of the twentieth century, Asia was at the heart of international efforts to create a new utopia: a world free from disease. At the unexplored boundary between international history, South Asian history, and the history of medicine, this book tells the story…
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Christian W. McMillen. 2015 .

McMillen, Christian W., 1969-

"Tuberculosis is one of the world's deadliest infectious diseases, killing nearly two million people every year--more now than at any other time in history. While the developed world has nearly forgotten about TB, it continues to wreak havoc across much of the globe. In this…
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    RA644.T7 M285 2015 c. 1
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Sanjoy Bhattacharya. 2006 .

Bhattacharya, Sanjoy.

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edited by Adriana Petryna, Andrew Lakoff, and Arthur Kleinman. 2006 .

In some parts of the world spending on pharmaceuticals is astronomical. In others people do not have access to basic or life-saving drugs. Individuals struggle to afford medications; whole populations are neglected, considered too poor to constitute profitable markets for the…
Julie Livingston. 2012 .

Livingston, Julie.

Focused on Botswana's only dedicated oncology ward, Improvising Medicine renders the experiences of patients, their relatives, and clinical staff during a cancer epidemic.
Gabriela Soto Laveaga. 2009 .

Soto Laveaga, Gabriela, 1971-

The Papaloapan, poverty, and a wild yam -- Mexican peasants, a foreign chemist, and the Mexican father of the Pill -- Discovering and gathering the new "green gold" -- Patents, compounds, and steroid-making peasants -- A yam, students, and a populist project…
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Christoph Gradmann ; translated by Elborg Forster. 2009 .

Gradmann, Christoph, 1960-

"In the nineteenth century, the new field of medical bacteriology identified microorganisms and explained how they spread disease. This book interweaves the history of this discipline and the biography of one of its founders, Nobel Prize-winning German physician Robert Koch…
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    QR46.G6713 2009 c. 1
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Steven Palmer. 2010 .

Palmer, Steven Paul.

"Ẁith a clear and engaging narrative that delves into complex and debatable issues and, at the same time, tells very entertaining stories, this book is a wonderful addition to the historiography of international health."---Diego Armus, Swarthmore College" "From the Rockefeller…
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Peter Redfield. 2013 .

Redfield, Peter, 1965-

"Life in Crisis tells the story of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders or MSF) and its effort to "save lives" on a global scale. Begun in 1971 as a French alternative to the Red Cross, the MSF has grown into an international institution with a reputation for…
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Timothy Burke. 1996 .

Burke, Timothy, 1964-

1. Cleanliness and "Civilization": Hygiene and Colonialism in Southern Africa -- 2. Education, Domesticity, and Bodily Discipline -- 3. Buckets, Boxes, and "Bonsella": Precolonial Exchange, the "Kaffir Truck" Trade, and African "Needs"…
16. The population bomb Book , Print in English
Paul R. Ehrlich. 1971 .

Ehrlich, Paul R.

Daniel R. Headrick. 1981 .

Headrick, Daniel R.

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