Table of contents for To cast out disease : a history of the International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation (1913-1951) / John Farley.

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1. Introduction

   I Rose's Vision

2. The First Stage: Means to an End
3. Tuberculosis in France (1917-1924) 

  II Disease Eradication

4. The First Hookwormn Campaigns (1913-1920)
5. Retreat from Hookwormn (1920-1930)
6. Yellow Fever: From Coast to Jungle
7. Malaria: Killing Mosquitoes and Anophelines (1915-1935)
8. World War II: DDT, Typhus, and Malaria
9. Malaria: The Ultimate Kill

  III A Research Program

10. Reorganization and Research Laboratories (1928-1940) 
11. Yellow Fever Vaccines: A Slap in the Face 
12. Diseases for Research 

  IV Training the Experts 

13. Frustrations in Sao Paulo; The Wrong Step in Rio 
14. Northern Lights: London and Toronto 
15. Rough Seas: Prague, Rome, Tokyo, and Calcutta V Finale
16. Postwar Confusion: What to Do Next? 
17. Conclusion: Swinging Pendulums

   Glossary of Names


Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Rockefeller Foundation International Health Division, Medicine Research United States International cooperation, Public health Research United States International cooperation, Medicine Research History, Research United States International coooperation