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Cantor, David

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Book Joris Vandendriessche; Benoît Majerus; David Cantor (2021)
Medical histories of Belgium: New narratives on health, care and citizenship in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. (/isis/citation/CBB486637264/) unapi

Book Anne Hanley; Jessica Meyer; David Cantor (2021)
Patient voices in Britain, 1840–1948. (/isis/citation/CBB036891773/) unapi

Book Jean-Paul Gaudillière; Claire Beaudevin; Christoph Gradmann; et al. (2020)
Global health and the new world order: Historical and anthropological approaches to a changing regime of governance. (/isis/citation/CBB020942143/) unapi

Book Mark Jackson; Martin D. Moore; David Cantor (2020)
Balancing the self: Medicine, politics and the regulation of health in the twentieth century. (/isis/citation/CBB768745437/) unapi

Book Sally Shuttleworth; Melissa Dickson; Emilie Taylor-Brown; et al. (2020)
Progress and pathology: Medicine and culture in the nineteenth century. (/isis/citation/CBB449680297/) unapi

Book Solveig Jülich; Sven Widmalm; David Cantor (2019)
Communicating the history of medicine: Perspectives on audiences and impact. (/isis/citation/CBB234338614/) unapi

Book Emily Cock; David Cantor; Keir Waddington (2019)
Rhinoplasty and the Nose in Early Modern British Medicine and Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB384014101/) unapi

Review Cantor, David (2015)
Review of "A History of Lung Cancer: The Recalcitrant Disease". Bulletin of the History of Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB001553471/) unapi

Article David Cantor (2015)
Finding Historical Records at the National Institutes of Health. Social History of Medicine (pp. 617-637). (/isis/citation/CBB151236907/) unapi

Book Cantor, David; Ramsden, Edmund (2014)
Stress, Shock, and Adaptation in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB001551578/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2014)
Before Survivorship: The Moment of Recovery in Twentieth-century American Cancer Campaigns. Social History of Medicine (pp. 440-465). (/isis/citation/CBB001550927/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2012)
Between Prevention and Therapy: Gio Batta Gori and the National Cancer Institute's Diet, Nutrition and Cancer Programme, 1974--1978. Medical History (pp. 531-561). (/isis/citation/CBB001252058/) unapi

Book Cantor, David; Bonah, Christian; Dörries, Matthias (2010)
Meat, Medicine, and Human Health in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB001022784/) unapi

Chapter Cantor, David (2010)
Confused Messages: Meat, Civilization and Cancer Education in the Early Twentieth Century. In: Meat, Medicine, and Human Health in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB001022790/) unapi

Book Hannaway, Caroline (2008)
Biomedicine in the Twentieth Century: Practices, Policies, and Politics. (/isis/citation/CBB000850366/) unapi

Book Cantor, David (2008)
Cancer in the Twentieth Century. (/isis/citation/CBB000951804/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2007)
Introduction: Cancer Control and Prevention in the Twentieth Century. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (p. 1). (/isis/citation/CBB000700694/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2007)
Uncertain Enthusiasm: The American Cancer Society, Public Education, and the Problems of the Movie, 1921-1960. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (p. 39). (/isis/citation/CBB000700695/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2006)
Cancer, Quackery and the Vernacular Meanings of Hope in 1950s America. Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (p. 324). (/isis/citation/CBB000671054/) unapi

Article Cantor, David (2006)
The Frustrations of Families: Henry Lynch, Heredity, and Cancer Control, 1962--1975. Medical History (p. 279). (/isis/citation/CBB000773957/) unapi

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