By: Mark Jackson
256 pages, 25 halftones
Offers critical insights into the emergence of new categories of illness in the modern period and into the historical geography of disease. This book presents a perspective on the history of health, medicine and the environment. It also provides a commentary on the global politics, economics, and ideologies of health care in the modern world.
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