American Medicine and the Panama Canal: Proceedings of the Canal Zone Medical Association


This book gathers in one volume all the articles published in "Proceedings of the Canal Zone Medical Association" from its inception in 1908 to its last year of publication in 1927. During these two decades, the "Proceedings" faithfully recorded the medical activities and sanitation efforts of a team of American doctors who confronted yellow fever, malaria, typhoid fever and many other tropical diseases in Panama. The fifteen volumes of the "Proceedings" contain 3,215 pages and 426 articles that reflect not only the ...

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