Sherman considers the history of 12 important diseases: their impact, their consequences, their costs, and the lessons learned. He not only covers the diseases histories but also addresses public health responses and societal upheavals in a compelling,... (read more)
One of the leading medical historians of his generation uses his own writings to examine the role that various intellectual frameworks and trends have played in the writing of history.
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