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Diego Armus. Disease in the History of Modern Latin America: From Malaria to AIDS. Duke University Press. 2003. 326pp.

Mary J. Dobson. Contours of Death and Disease in Early Modern England. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 668pp.

Jacalyn Duffin. Lovers and Livers: Disease Concepts in History. University of Toronto Press. 2005. 229pp.

Alfred S. Evans. Causation and Disease: A Chronological Journey. Springer. 1993. 238pp.

Jean-Paul GaudilliŔre; Ilana L÷wy (editor). Heredity and Infection: The History of Disease Transmission. Routledge. 2001. 383pp. The distinctions between infection and genetic transmission of disease.

James M. Humber; Robert F. Almeder (editor). What Is Disease?. Humana Press. 1997. 361pp.

Arno Karlen. Man and Microbes: Disease and Plagues in History and Modern Times. Putnam. 1995. 266pp.

Walther Riese. The Conception of Disease: Its History, Its Versions, and Its Nature. New York: Philosophical Library. 1953. 120pp.

Howard N. Simpson. Invisible Armies: The Impact of Disease on American History. Bobbs-Merrill. 1980. 239pp.



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