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Table of Contents | December, 2012  Vol. 21  No.3 Previous Issue | Next Issue | Archive
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Original Articles
377 A Study on the Anti-smallpox Policy of Joseon Government-General
Yunjae Park
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):377-402.
      
403 Editing style of Imwon Gyeongjeji / Inje-ji and inclusion of the medicinal knowledge of the late period of Joseon: Comparing mainly with Dongui-Bogam
Jongwook Jeon, Changroc Jo
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):403-448.
      
449 The First and the Second Pneumonic Plague in Manchuria and the Preventive Measure of Japanese Colonial Authorities (1910-1921)
Kyu Hwan Sihn
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):449-476.
      
477 Hong Seok-hoo's Translation of "New Edition of Physiology Textbook"(1906) and its Meanings
Jun Hyoung Park, Hyoung Woo Park
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):477-512.
      
513 Racism of "Blood" and Colonial Medicine: Blood Group Anthropology Studies at Keijo Imperial University Department of Forensic Medicine
Joon Young Jung
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):513-550.
      
551 Jeong Jongmyung, a Korean feminist and midwife of Japanese Colonial Period
Ggodme Yi
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):551-592.
      
Book Review
593 KIM Ock-Joo and PARK Jiyoung. Sim Bo-Sung
Jae Dam Lee
Korean J Med Hist. 2012;21(3):593-602.
      
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