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Medical lives and scientific medicine at Michigan, 1891-1969

Author: Joel D Howell
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©1993.
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U.S. health care has changed dramatically during the past century. A new breed of physicians use new machines, vaccines, and ideas in ways that have touched the lives of virtually everyone. How and why did these changes occur?
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Medical lives and scientific medicine at Michigan, 1891-1969.
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1993
(OCoLC)604681466
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Medical lives and scientific medicine at Michigan, 1891-1969.
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1993
(OCoLC)623580435
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joel D Howell
ISBN: 0472104659 9780472104659
OCLC Number: 28892050
Notes: Spine title: Medical lives & scientific medicine at Michigan, 1891-1969.
Description: 199 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Joel D. Howell --
The University of Michigan Medical School: A Tradition of Leadership / Kenneth M. Ludmerer --
George Dock at Michigan, 1891-1908 / Horace W. Davenport --
Albion Walter Hewlett: Teacher, Clinician, Scientist, and Missionary for "Pathologic Physiology" / W. Bruce Fye --
Cyrus Cressey Sturgis and American Internal Medicine, 1913-57 / Steven C. Martin --
Frank Norman Wilson: Theory, Technology, and Electrocardiography / Joel D. Howell --
Louis Harry Newburgh and Metabolism at Michigan / Steven J. Peitzman --
L. H. Newburgh: A Remembrance / Alexander Leaf --
Thomas Francis, Jr.: From the Bench to the Field / Naomi Rogers.
Other Titles: Medical lives & scientific medicine at Michigan, 1891-1969.
Responsibility: edited by Joel D. Howell.

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