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"This is an admirable book, well researched and clearly written. Slater handles technical and organizational complexities with aplomb, rigor, and surety."
A massive undertaking, the antimalarial program was to biomedical research what the Manhattan Project was to the physical sciences.
A volume in the Critical Issues in Health and Medicine series, edited by Rima D. Apple and Janet Golden
Ch. 1 Quinine and the Environment of Disease 17
Ch. 2 Avian Malaria 39
Ch. 3 New Drugs 59
Ch. 4 Preparing for War 84
Ch. 5 Cooperation and Coordination 109
Ch. 6 Trust and Transition 132
Ch. 7 Chloroquine, Wonder Drug 156
Ch. 8 Lessons Learned 177