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Public understanding of medicine

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Article Ylva Söderfeldt (2021)
The Truth Within: Making Medical Knowledge in the Hay Fever Association of Heligoland, 1899–1909. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 531-547). (/isis/citation/CBB223741376/) unapi

Article Jill Campbell-Miller (2021)
The Proving Ground: Colombo Plan Fellowships and the Changing Landscape of Health Education in Canada, 1951–69. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 1-31). (/isis/citation/CBB181155364/) unapi

Article Derek Cameron (2021)
“Imagine the Perfect Vaccine”: Homeopathic Vaccine Alternatives and Vaccine Discourse in English Canada. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 32-62). (/isis/citation/CBB605278051/) unapi

Book Laura Newman (2021)
Germs in the English Workplace, c.1880–1945. (/isis/citation/CBB438055420/) unapi

Book Nico Pitrelli (2021)
Il giornalismo scientifico. (/isis/citation/CBB797264513/) unapi

Book Sally Frampton; Jennifer Wallis (2020)
Reading the Nineteenth-Century Medical Journal. (/isis/citation/CBB095014079/) unapi

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Women's medicine: Sex, family planning and British female doctors in transnational perspective, 1920–70. (/isis/citation/CBB545634392/) unapi

Article Tatjana Buklijas (2020)
Publicity, politics, and professoriate in fin-de-siècle Vienna: The misconduct of the embryologist Samuel Leopold Schenk. History of Science (pp. 458-484). (/isis/citation/CBB014181121/) unapi

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The Doctor Who Fooled the World: Andrew Wakefield’s War on Vaccines. (/isis/citation/CBB311227433/) unapi

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Brève histoire des épidémies au Québec: Du choléra à la COVID-19. (/isis/citation/CBB318570787/) unapi

Article M. Kemal Temel (2020)
The 1918 “Spanish Flu” Pandemic in the Ottoman Capital, Istanbul. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin Canadien d'Histoire de la Medecine (pp. 195-231). (/isis/citation/CBB539750154/) 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

Article Stephen Pender (2020)
Falling from horses: medical controversy in early eighteenth-century England. Medical History (pp. 478-493). (/isis/citation/CBB436543320/) unapi

Article Ketil Slagstad (2020)
The Amphibious Nature of AIDS Activism: Medical Professionals and Gay and Lesbian Communities in Norway, 1975–87. Medical History (pp. 401-435). (/isis/citation/CBB683056337/) unapi

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Vaccinare i bambini tra obbligo e persuasione: Tre secoli di controversie. Il caso dell'Italia. (/isis/citation/CBB142911314/) unapi

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The “Controversial Cundurango Cure”: Medical professionalization and the global circulation of drugs. Science in Context (pp. 423-440). (/isis/citation/CBB964716698/) unapi

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Migraine: A History. (/isis/citation/CBB984627374/) unapi

Book Robin Wolfe Scheffler (2019)
A Contagious Cause: The American Hunt for Cancer Viruses and the Rise of Molecular Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB660913926/) unapi

Article Andrea M. Bertotti; Skye A. Miner (April 2019)
Constructing contentious and noncontentious facts: How gynecology textbooks create certainty around pharma-contraceptive safety: Research Note. Social Studies of Science (pp. 245-263). (/isis/citation/CBB188878802/) unapi

Article James Kennaway; Jonathan Andrews (2019)
‘The Grand Organ of Sympathy’: ‘Fashionable’ Stomach Complaints and the Mind in Britain, 1700–1850. Social History of Medicine (pp. 57-79). (/isis/citation/CBB845041561/) unapi

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