Health and Healing in Tropical Australia and Papua New Guinea
Roy M. MacLeod, Donald Denoon
James Cook University, 1991 - Tropical medicine - 213 pages
Collection of papers from the 1987 Science in the Tropics conference, Townsville; papers including specific Aboriginal content by McGregor, May, Maguire and Riddell annotated separately.
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