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Re: atlantia V1 #1049

Poster: Maureen Sampson <msampson@nih.gov>

><< Does anyone out there have a recommendation on references on medical
> history?  I want to get a general grasp on the philosophy of health and
> healing in the middle and late periods of the SCA.
>  >>
>The library of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has a very large
>collection of medicinal history in addition to all of the current medical
>research.  My aunt is a reference librarian there, and researchers of all
>types are always welcomed.  If you are not close to Bethesda, then a phone
>call to the reference desk might get you started with a good bibliography of
>sources.  I do not have the number off hand, but it should be available from
>the main operators at NIH.  Also, I do believe that there catalog is
>available online.  I know there was a telnet version several years ago, but I
>think there is a web version by now too.
>Good luck,
>Elizabeth of Hadley Hall

The NIH library web site is    http://nihlibrary.nih.gov/
Happy hunting
Alyssa of Roxbury Mills (mundanely - a Clinical Laboratory Scientist at NIH)

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