Enlightened immunity : Mexico's experiments with disease prevention in the Age of Reason /
In eighteenth-century Mexico, outbreaks of typhus and smallpox brought ordinary residents together with administrators, priests, and doctors to restore stability and improve the population's health. This book traces the monumental shifts in preventive medicine and public health measures that en...
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