Inventing the NIH: federal biomedical research policy, 1887–1937

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VICTORIA A. HARDEN, Inventing the NIH: federal biomedical research policy, 1887-1937, Baltimore and London, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986, 8vo, pp. xiii, 274, £25.55. Biomedical research in the United States unmistakably is dominated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the federal government's chief medical research agency. Yet even though… (More)

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