Anne-Marie Moulin, Le dernier langage de la médecine : histoire de l'immunologie, de Pasteur au Sida

  title={Anne-Marie Moulin, Le dernier langage de la m{\'e}decine : histoire de l'immunologie, de Pasteur au Sida},
  author={Olivier Faure},
Une approche anthropologique des maladies allergiques des enfants
La recherche menee a pour objectif principal de porter un eclairage sur l’experience quotidienne de la maladie allergique chez des enfants qui en sont atteints. Ce rapport remis en 2006 rend compteExpand
Constituting Novel Entities in Immunology
An ethnographic account of the proliferation of immunological entities known as T lymphocyte (or T cell) subsets, which have been recently implicated in the definition and diagnosis of diseases such as AIDS, leukemia, and autoimmune diseases, as well as in the monitoring of transplant patients are offered. Expand
Darwin, evolution, and medicine: Historical and contemporary perspectives
Monographs commemorating the work of Charles Darwin (1809–1882) typically cover a wide range of topics on which the theory of evolution has thrown some light. The influence of evolutionary thought onExpand
Making Risks Visible: The Science, Politics, and Regulation of Adverse Drug Reactions
A popular statin used to lower cholesterol is associated with an unusual breakdown of muscle tissue.* An analgesic prescribed for arthritic patients is linked to heart attacks. The scenarios involvedExpand
Le décodage biologique. Diffusion d’une nouvelle médecine non-conventionnelle contre le cancer
De nouvelles medecines alternatives, regroupees sous l’appellation « decodage biologique », reposent sur une conception psychosomatique du cancer. Elles sont apparues en Europe dans les annees 1990.Expand
“Variolation” and Vaccination in Late Imperial China, Ca 1570–1911
The first reliable record of smallpox in China can be dated to the fifteenth century [1]. By early Song period, around the tenth century, smallpox had become essentially a childhood disease, but itExpand
Stems and Standards: Social Interaction in the Search for Blood Stem Cells
  • M. Fagan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of the history of biology
  • 2010
The role of social interactions in the search for blood stem cells, in a recent episode of biomedical research, is examined, which yields a robust account of scientific success in practice, which generalizes to other scientific episodes and lends itself to expansion to include wider social contexts. Expand
What history tells us XX. Felix Haurowitz (1896–1987) — A difficult journey in the political and scientific upheavals of the 20th century
  • M. Morange
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Biosciences
  • 2010
It is demonstrated that the scientifi c successes and achievements, but also failures of Haurowitz cannot be disentangled from a Scientifi c career profoundly perturbed by the ideologies and political events of the 20th century. Expand
Le nouveau langage de la médecine : une affaire de socioterminologie
La medecine est une discipline plurimillenaire profondement ancree dans l’histoire. Il n’est donc pas etonnant que le langage de la medecine — et par consequent sa terminologie — ait toujours eteExpand