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Frank Macfarlane Burnet, Viruses and Man (London & Baltimore: Penguin, 1953);
James Bordley, III, and A. McGehee Harvey, Two Centuries of American Medicine (Philadelphia: Saunders, 1976);
Charlotte Carter, Cancer, Smoking, Heart-Disease, Drinking—In Our Two World Systems Today (Toronto: Northern Book House, 1957);
"The Crisis in American Medicine," Harpers, 221 (October 1960): 121-168;
Michael M. Davis, Medical Care for Tomorrow (New York: Harper, 1955);
Agnes Wise Dooley, Promises to Keep (New York: New American Library, 1964);
Rene Dubos, Mirage of Health (New York: Harper,1959);
Leonard Engel, The Operation: A Minute-by-Minute Account of a Heart Operation—and the Story of Medicine and Surgery that Led Up to It (New York:...
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