Animals and the Shaping of Modern Medicine-One Health and Its Histories
- Animals and the Shaping of Modern Medicine-One Health and Its Histories
It is not long since the question ‘Where are the animals in medical history?’ prompted yawning and shuffling of feet among scholars of that discipline. While in the wider world the health agenda known as ‘One Medicine’ or ‘One Health’ was gathering momentum by highlighting the deeply interconnected nature of human and animal health and the need for integrated approaches to it, with a few key exceptions, scholars in medical history continued to believe that the only animals important to medicine were human animals.
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