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eBook Women's Bodies and Medical Science: An Inquiry into Cervical Cancer (Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History) ePub

by L. Bryder

eBook Women's Bodies and Medical Science: An Inquiry into Cervical Cancer (Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History) ePub
Author: L. Bryder
Language: English
ISBN: 0230236030
ISBN13: 978-0230236035
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (May 13, 2010)
Pages: 250
Category: Medicine & Health Sciences
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.9
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Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History.

Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History. Women's Bodies and Medical Science. An Inquiry into Cervical Cancer. This is an impressive book, tackling a grave and sensitive episode in the history of medicine, women and feminism. Bryder reveals much about the public understanding (and misunderstanding) of science, the role of the media, and democratic practice in a world increasingly understood, managed and explained by cultures of expertise. - Janet McCalman, Centre for Health& Society, University of Melbourne. The Cervical Cancer Inquiry and the ‘full story’.

An analysis of a scandal involving a doctor accused of allowing a number of women to develop cervical cancer from carcinoma in situ as part of an experiment he had been conducting since the 1960s into conservative.

An analysis of a scandal involving a doctor accused of allowing a number of women to develop cervical cancer from carcinoma in situ as part of an experiment he had been conducting since the 1960s into conservative treatment of the disease, to more broadly explore dramatic changes in medical history in the second half of the twentieth century.

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An analysis of a scandal involving a doctor accused of allowing a number of women to develop cervical cancer from carcinoma in situ as part of an experiment he had been conducting since the 1960s into conservative treatment of the disease, to more broadly explore dramatic.

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New Zealand: Cervical Cancer at National Women's Hospital and Medical Council Disciplinary Inquiry . Неизвестный автор (1990-10-20). Related Items in Google Scholar.

BryderLinda, Women’s Bodies and Medical Science: An Inquiry into Cervical Cancer, Science, Technology and Medicine in Modern History (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. vi + 250, £5. 0, hardback, ISBN: 978-0-230-23603-5. Volume 55 Issue 1 - Ilana Löwy.

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book by Linda Bryder. An analysis of a scandal involving a doctor accused of allowing a number of women to develop cervical cancer from carcinoma in situ as part of an experiment he had been conducting since the 1960s into conservative treatment of the disease, to more broadly explore dramatic changes in medical history in the second half of the twentieth century.

An analysis of a scandal involving a doctor accused of allowing a number of women to develop cervical cancer from carcinoma in situ as part of an experiment he had been conducting since the 1960s into conservative treatment of the disease, to more broadly explore dramatic changes in medical history in the second half of the twentieth century.
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