Useful Bodies:

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESSISBN: 9780801889684

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By: Jordan Goodman,Anthony McElligott,Lara Marks
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Contents:1. Making Human Bodies Useful: Historicizing Medical Experiments in the Twentieth CenturyPART I: What Is a Human Experiment?

2. Using the Population Body to Protect the National Body: Germ Warfare Tests in the United Kingom after World War II

3. Whose Body? Which Disease? Studying Malaria while Treating NeurosyphilisPART II: Who Experiments?

4. Human Radiation Experiments and the Foundation of Medical Physics at the University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley, 1937–1962

5. ""I Have Been on Tenterhooks"": Wartime Medical Research Council Jaundice Committee Experiments

6. See an Atomic Blast and Spread the Word : Indoctrination at Ground ZeroPART III: Whose Body?

7. Injecting Comatose Patients with Uranium: America's Overlapping Wars Against Communism and Cancer in the 1950's

8. Writing Wilowbrook, Reading Willowbrook: The Recounting of a Medical Experiment

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