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ANIMAL EXPERIMENTS IRRELEVANT

15: References

References:

1) R. Sand, The Advance to Social Medicine (Staples Press, 1952).

2) E. H. Kass, Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1971, vol. 123, 110-114.

3) H. F. Dowling, Fighting Infection (Harvard University Press, 1977).

4) Presidential address by R. R. Porter at the Swansea meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, September 3, 1971.

5) British Medical Journal, 1983, April 9, 1208.

6) J. B. McKinlay & S. McKinlay, Health & Society, 1977, 405-428 (Milbank Memorial Fund).

7) E. Hemminki & A. Paakkulainen, American Journal of Public Health, 1976, vol. 66, 1180-1184.

8) P. B. Medawar, Clinical Orthopaedics, 1985, no. 201, 2-8.

9) Conclusions reproduced in reference 6. See also T.McKeown, The Role of Medicine (Blackwell, 1979), and T. McKeown & C. R. Lowe, An Introduction to Social Medicine (Blackwell, 1976).

10) Inequalities in Health - report of a research working group, UK Department of Health & Social Security, 1980.

11) W. R. Bassili & G. T. Stewart, Lancet, 1976, February 28, 471-473.

12) Lancet, 1974, September 14, 632.

13) The Wellcome Museum of the History of Medicine(Science Museum, London, UK, November 1986).

14) B. Inglis, Diseases of Civilization (Paladin, 1983).

15) D. St. George, Lancet, 1986, August 9, 346.

16) C. S. Muir & D. M. Parkin, British Medical Journal, 1985, January 5, 5-6.

17) A. Stewart-Truswell, British Medical Journal, 1985, July 6,34-37.

18) G. Rose, British Medical Journal, 1981, June 6, 1847-1851.

19) Ten Leading Causes of Death in the United States, 1977, US Department of Health & Human Services, July 1980.

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24) Statistical Abstracts of the US, 1988, 108th edition (US Department of Commerce, Bureau of Census).

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26) J. C. Bailar & E. M. Smith, New England Journal of Medicine, 1986, vol. 314, 1226-1232.

27) British Medical Journal, 1983, June 11, 1855-1857.

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30) British Medical Journal, 1979, December 22-29, 1610.

31) R. T. Bartens, Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1987, vol. 495, 658-673.

32) Lord Dowding Fund Bulletin, 1985, no. 23, 6-8.

33) L. K. Altman, Who Goes First? The Story of Self- Experimentation (New York: Random House, 1987).

34) J. B. Robbins, Journal of Infection, 1979, vol. 1 (Suppl. 2), 61-72.

35) Scrip, 1985, December 23, 20-21; R. Blum et al (Eds.), Pharmaceuticals and Health Policy (Croom Helm, 1981).

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