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50 See also Erwin H. Ackerknecht, "Zur Geschichte der iatrogenen Krankhei- ten,
" Gesnerus 27 (1970): 57-63. He distinguishes three waves, or periods, since 1
750 when the study of iatrogenesis was considered important by the medical ...
200 Monroe Lerner, "When, Why, and Where People Die," in Brim et al., The
Dying Patient, pp. 5-29. Gives breakdowns of this evolution between 1955 and
1967 by cause of death, color, and region of the U.S. 201 Erwin H. Ackcrknecht, ...
10 Erwin H. Ackerknecht, "Natural Diseases and Rational Treatment in Primitive
Medicine," Bulletin of the History of Medicine 19 (May 1946): 467-97, is a dated
but still excellent review of the literature on the functions of medical cultures.
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