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Disease in the History of Modern Latin America: From Malaria to AIDS
Duke University Press
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Revolution, the Scatological Way: The Rockefeller Foundation’s Hookworm Campaign in 1920s Mexico
Anne-Emanuelle Birn, 2003. "Revolution, the Scatological Way: The Rockefeller Foundation’s Hookworm Campaign in 1920s Mexico", Disease in the History of Modern Latin America: From Malaria to AIDS, Diego Armus
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