Contagionism versus Anticontagionsim - Infectious Diseases - Frank Snowden - Lecture 13 of 26 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Medicine

Description: The debate between contagionists and anticontagionists over the transmission of infectious diseases played a major role in nineteenth-century medical discourse. On the one side were those who believed that diseases could be spread by infected material, perhaps including people and inanimate objects, and on the other those who subscribed to the more venerable miasmatic theory. 
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