Leprosy in Eastern Nigeria and the social history of colonial skin.

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Manton, J;
(2011)
  • Publisher: British Leprosy Relief Assoc

: To the historian, the 'historical' experience of leprosy control is not simply a backdrop to contemporary patterns or problems in disease control. The control of leprosy has been enacted in different ways in localities, territories and states across the world. The spe... View more
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