Pharmacy in History Vol. 60 (2018)

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Pharmacy in History vol. 60, no. 4 (2018)


“Thanks for Reading: Editor’s Valedictory, by Gregory J. Higby

“(Not) A Bromide Story: Myth-Busting Bromide of Potassium to Create a Case Study of Change and Continuity in Nineteenth-Century Medicine, by Susan Lamb

“Love Him and Let Him Go”: The American Colonization Society’s James Brown—Pioneering African-American Apothecary in the United States and Liberia, 1802–1853, Part II—Liberia , by Gregory Bond

Research Notes & Departments:
By Name Only: A Note on Substandard Drugs in Early Arabic Pharmacy, by Oliver Kahl

A Short History of the Degree Programs at the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy, by Daniel J. Flanagan

William H. Helfand (1926-2018) [Obituary] , by John Parascandola

The Bookshelf, edited by Michael A. Flannery

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