"In the eighteenth century, malaria was a prevalent and deadly disease, and the only effective treatment was found in the Andean forests of Spanish America: a medicinal bark harvested from cinchona trees that would later give rise to the antimalarial drug quinine. In 1751, the Spanish Crown asserted...
|Main Author:||Crawford, Matthew James,|
Pittsburgh, PA :
University of Pittsburgh Press,
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QV 11 .DP6 C899a 2016