The deadly truth is an intellectually exciting and morally sobering account of the role of disease in the history of the americas it reminds us of what health care has contributed to better and healthier lives for americans but cautions us against the futility of dreams of a disease free world. Gerald n grob the deadly truth a history of disease in america cambridge massachusetts harvard university press 2002 ix 349 pp 35 cloth the reality of disease runs counter to the american utopian vision that vision holds out the possibility that american pharmacological and . The deadly truth has 17 ratings and 1 review sally said a thorough coverage of disease in america since the arrival of europeans highlighting the vari. The deadly truth a history of disease in americaby gerald n grob cambridge harvard univ press 2005 pp 349 35 cloth 1995 paper. This book chronicles the complex interactions between disease and the peoples of america from the pre columbian the deadly truth a history of disease in america
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