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Map-making and myth-making in Broad Street: the London cholera epidemic, 1854
Introduction The outbreak of cholera in the vicinity of Golden Square, central London, in the late summer of 1854, and the subsequent removal of the handle from the Broad Street pump, have become anExpand
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A rivalry of foulness: official and unofficial investigations of the London cholera epidemic of 1854.
Contemporaneous with John Snow's famous study of the 1854 London cholera epidemic were 2 other investigations: a local study of the Broad Street outbreak and an investigation of the entire epidemic,Expand
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Cholera, Chloroform, and the Science of Medicine: A Life of John Snow
Introduction 1. York and Newcastle, 1813-1833 2. Senior apprentice and assistant, 1830-1836 3. London medical and surgical training, 1836-1838 4. Forging a London career, 1838-1846 5. Ether 6.Expand
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John Snow revisited: getting a handle on the Broad Street pump.
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New Oslerians and Real Flexnerians: The Response to Threatened Professional Autonomy
As federal governmental involvement in U.S. health care had become a fact in the mid-1960s, a significant number of contributors to The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) hadExpand
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