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NACCHO Book Review: Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present

by Emily Yox, MPH Each month, NACCHO brings you a new public health book, read and reviewed by NACCHO staff. Book reviews in this series originally appeared on NACCHO Voice: The Word on Local health Departments and are republished here with permission. This book is one of the best historical compilations of the abuses of Black Americans done in the name of science and

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NACCHO Book Review: The Warmth of Other Suns

by Emily Yox, MPH Each month, NACCHO brings you a new public health book, read and reviewed by NACCHO staff. Book reviews in this series originally appeared on NACCHO Voice: The Word on Local health Departments and are republished here with permission. The Warmth of Other Suns shares incredible stories of Black Americans who left the south during the Great Migration and came

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Author Paul Offit Discusses His Latest Book, “Overkill: When Modern Medicine Goes Too Far”

by Emily Yox, MPH Each month, NACCHO brings you a new public health book, read and reviewed by NACCHO staff. Book reviews in this series originally appeared on NACCHO Voice: The Word on Local health Departments and are republished here with permission.   After reviewing two of his books for previous recommendations (Pandora’s Lab and Vaccinated) I was able to (virtually) sit down with Dr. Paul

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Vaccinated: One Man’s Quest to Defeat the World’s Deadliest Diseases

by Emily Yox, MPH Each month, NACCHO brings you a new public health book, read and reviewed by NACCHO staff. Book reviews in this series originally appeared on NACCHO Voice: The Word on Local health Departments and are republished here with permission. Vaccinated, by Paul Offit, tells the incredible story of Maurice Hilleman, aptly named the father of modern vaccines.

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