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Marketplace of the Marvelous: The Strange Origins of Modern Medicine
- Erika L. Janik
- 7 January 2014
Every Man his own Electric Physician: T. Gale and the History of Do-It-Yourself Neurology.
We review the promotion of electrical treatments by laypeople for neurological and other conditions in a largely rural period of United States history.
Reflections for February: What's Wrong With Everybody?
> My wife and I at the breakfast table > > Sunday paper between us, > > describing a disaster somewhere, > > she concludes with, “The people ate can six fizzle.” > “What?” I ask, looking up from… Expand
The Early Use of Blinding in Therapeutic Clinical Research of Neurological Disorders.
- M. B. Jensen, Erika L. Janik, Andrew J. Waclawik
- Journal of neurological research and therapy
- 5 January 2016
We sought to identify early uses of blinding in therapeutic clinical trials of neurological disorders by multiple search methods. A 1784 report by Benjamin Franklin and others described the… Expand