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Volume: 26

1. Historical Origins of the Tuskegee Experiment: The Dilemma of Public Health in the United States. Page:545—578
2. The Medicinal Usage and Restriction of Ginseng in Britain and America, 1660–1900. Page:503—544
3. Selection and Management of Medical Official during the Yuan Dynasty. Page:455—502
4. A Modern History of ‘Imperial Medicine’ Surrounding Hansen's Disease: Strategies to Manage Public Opinion in Modern Japanese Media. Page:417—454
5. The Formation of the Military Medical System of the Korean People's Army and the Military Medical Officer. Page:379—416
6. New Perspectives on the Origin of Korean Acupuncture: Based on Materials from Xiaoyingzi Tomb, Yanji and Neighbouring Region. Page:339—378
7. Becoming an International Scientist in South Korea: Ho Wang Lee's Research Activity about Epidemic Hemorrhagic Fever. Page:95—124
8. Reorganizing Hospital Space: The 1894 Plague Edpidemic in Hong Kong and the Germ Theory. Page:59—94
9. “Byoin” in Modern Japan: Focusing on the Terminological Introduction of “Hospital” and the Complex Formation of Its Concept. Page:29—58
10. The Birth of Hospital, Asclepius cult and Early Christianity. Page:3—28
11. The Study on the Lives and Health Conditions of Internees in Santo Thomas Camp of Philippines: Based on McAnlis's The War in Manila (1941–1945). Page:265—314
12. The Establishment and operation of Longjing Medical College(龍井醫科大學): The History of Longjing Medical College as Frontier History: Focusing on its ‘Disconnection’ and ‘Continuity’. Page:215—264
13. A Study of the Discussions on Psychiatry of Korea in the 1960s and 1970s: From Mental Hygiene to Modern Psychiatry. Page:181—214
14. From Woohwang Cheongsimwon (牛黃淸心元) to Ginseng (人蔘): The History of Medicine Use in the Joseon Era. Page:147—180