Abigail R. Hall

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the city to mark the sesquicentennial anniversary of its inception as the Medical College of Louisiana in 1834, Professor Duffy was the obvious choice as its author. A history of any American medical school with old roots can be useful as a case study of how nineteenth-century proprietary schools with tiny, part-time faculties were transformed into massive,(More)
  • Guy Beaujouan, Gerd Buchdahl, +17 authors Alice N. Walters
  • 1999
A review of literature and research in the history of science, medicine and technology in its intellectual and social context EDITORIAL POLICY. History of Science aims to provide analysis, review and assessment of specific topics in the history of science, medicine and technology. Intending contributors should note that straightforward research articles are(More)
IT IS notoriously difficult to deal clearly and accurately with the history of controversy over priority, and the dispute over priority in blood transfusion recently explored by Dr. A. D. Farr in this journal is no exception.' The story has often been told from various points of view:2 and we ourselves printed many documents connected with the controversy(More)
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