- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Sovereignty and the Microscope
- 3 Connecting Medicine with the State
- 4 Imagining the Relationship between Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, 1890–1928
- 5 The Chinese Medical Revolution and the National Medicine Movement
- 6 Visualizing Health Care in 1930s Shanghai
- 7 Science as a Verb
- 8 The Germ Theory and the Prehistory of “Pattern Differentiation and Treatment Determination”
- 9 Research Design as Political Strategy
- 10 State Medicine for Rural China, 1929–49
- 11 Conclusion
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