Cantor, David, “Cancer, Quackery, and the Vernacular Meanings of Hope in 1950s America,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 61 (July 2006), 324–68.
Crellin, John, “Theory and Clinical Experience in Eighteenth-Century Extemporaneous Prescriptions: A Reciprocal Relationship?,” Pharmacy in History, 48 (no. 1, 2006), 3–13.
Fisher, Linda A., “A Summer of Terror: Cholera in St. Louis, 1849,” Missouri Historical Review, 99 (April 2005), 189–211.
Gronim, Sara Stidstone, “Imagining Inoculation: Smallpox, the Body, and Social Relations of Healing in the Eighteenth Century,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 80 (Summer 2006), 247–68.
Humphreys, Margaret, “A Stranger to Our Camps: Typhus in American History,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 80 (Summer 2006), 269–90.
Leavitt, Sarah A., “‘A Private Little Revolution’: The Home Pregnancy Test in American Culture,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 80 (Summer 2006), 317–45.
Lombardo, Paul A., and Gregory M. Dorr, “Eugenics, Medical Education, and the Public Health Service: Another Perspective on the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 80 (Summer 2006), 291–316.
Rasmussen, Nicolas, “Making the First Anti-Depressant: Amphetamine in American Medicine, 1929–1950,” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 61 (July 2006), 288–323.
Kim, Jean Ju, “Empire at the Crossroads of Modernity: Plantations, Medicine, and the Biopolitics of Life in Hawai’i, 1898–1948” (Cornell University, 2005). Order No. DA3192102.
Dormandy, Thomas, The Worst of Evils: The Fight against Pain. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006. xii, 547 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-300-11322-6.)
Serlin, David, Replaceable You: Engineering the Body in Postwar America. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 244 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-226-74883-9. Paper, $25.00, isbn 0-226-74884-7.)
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