Conversations in Medicine and Society

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The Conversations in Medicine and Society series publishes innovative, accessible, and provocative books on a range of topics related to health, society, culture, and policy in modern America (1900 to the present). Current and upcoming titles focus on the historical, social, and cultural dimensions of health and sickness, public policy, medical professionalization, and subjective experiences of illness.

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Conversations in Medicine and Society

The Conversations in Medicine and Society series publishes innovative, accessible, and provocative books on a range of topics related to health, society, culture, and policy in modern America (1900 to the present). Current and upcoming titles focus on the historical, social, and cultural dimensions of health and sickness, public policy, medical professionalization, and subjective experiences of illness.


Howard Markel, University of Michigan

Alexandra Minna Stern, University of Michigan

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Series Editors

Howard Markel, University of Michigan

Alexandra Minna Stern, University of Michigan


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