Global health in Africa : historical perspectives on disease control

Auteur(s) : Giles-Vernick, Tamara (Éd.)
Webb, James L. A. Jr. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : viii-246 p. : ill ; 24 cm. Collection: Perspectives on global health Publication : Athens : Ohio University Press, 2013.Cote : F.617Note : Réf. Dissém. ; Index. Thématique : Ethnologie | Histoire | Maladie Géographique : Afrique
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Introduction / Webb J.R. , James L.A. Jr. and Giles-Vernick, Tamara --
The long history of smallpox eradication. Lessons for global health in Africa / Schneider, William H. --
The first large-scale use of synthetic insecticide for malaria control in tropical Africa. Lessons from Liberia, 1945-62 / Webb J.R., James L.A. --
A genealogy of treatment as prevention (TasP). Prevention, therapy and the tensions of public health in African history / Lachenal, Guillaume --
The true fiasco. The treatment and prevention of severe acute malnutrition in Uganda, 1950-74 / Tappan, Jennifer --
People, great apes, disease, and global health in the northern forests of equatorial Africa / Giles-Vernick, Tamara and Rupp, Stephanie --
Defenseless bodies and violent afflictions in a global world. Blood, iatrogenesis, and hepatitis C transmission in Egypt / Moulin, Anne Marie --
"Snake in the belly". Africa's unhappy experience with cholera during the seventh pandemic, 1971 to the present / Echenberg, Myron --
Male circumcision and HIV control in Africa. Questioning scientific evidence and the decision-making process / Garenne, Michel, Giami, Alain and Perrey, Christophe --
Heroin use, trafficking, and intervention approaches in Sub-Saharan Africa. Local and global contexts / McCurdy, Sheryl and Maruyama, Haruka

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