Vol 57, No 2 (2009)

Public Health in History

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Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

Editor’s Introduction PDF
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr. 151–52

Articles

Modern Sentinel and Colonial Microcosm: Science, Discipline, and Distress at the Philippine General Hospital PDF
Warwick Anderson 153–77
State, Society, and Sickness: Tuberculosis Control in the American Philippines, 1910–1918 PDF
Aaron Rom O. Moralina 179–218
Producing the A-1 Baby: Puericulture Centers and the Birth of the Clinic in the U.S.-Occupied Philippines, 1906–1946 PDF
Bonnie McElhinny 219–60
The Philippines in the World of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918–1919 PDF
Francis A. Gealogo 261–92

Commentary

Targeting Tuberculars: Social Stigma and Public Health Campaigns PDF
Filomeno V. Aguilar Jr. 293–306

Research Note

The Culion Leper Colony, 1900s–1970s PDF
José S. Arcilla, S.J. 307–26


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