Good Medicine: Four Las Vegas Doctors and the Golden Age of Medicine
A compelling look at the development of medical care and everyday life as Las Vegas skyrocketed from a railroad town to the metropolis it is today. This book is about the medical pioneers who served the city during that time when it was just a town, full of outlandish characters and just plain folks. Distributed for Greasewood Press.
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