Plague, SARS and the Story of Medicine in Hong Kong
Hong Kong University Press, Jan 1, 2006 - Medical - 368 pages
"The volume covers Hong Kong's medical development in the period from 1841 to early 2005, including the history of hospitals and medical education, and the role of the Bacteriological Institute. It is a record of how the health care system has evolved and how the territory has been able to cope with the massive increase in population."--BOOK JACKET.
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