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Just What the Doctor Ordered: The History of American Medicine… (edition 1997)

by Brandon Marie Miller

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Title:Just What the Doctor Ordered: The History of American Medicine (People's History Series)
Authors:Brandon Marie Miller
Info:Lerner Publishing Group (1997), Edition: First Edition, Hardcover, 88 pages
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Just What the Doctor Ordered: The History of American Medicine (People's History Series) by Brandon Marie Miller

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Traces the history of medicine in North America, from the remedies used by native peoples to the medical advances and health trends of the twentieth century.

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