Baltimore:: Johns Hopkins Press, 1970., 1970. 8vo. xi, , 245,  pp. Illus., glossary, index. Black blind- and gilt-stamped cloth, dust-jacket. Pages 209-226 creased. Very good. "Dr. Bowers had a keen interest in the Far East that dated to the years after World War II, when he was sent to Japan by the Atomic Energy Commission to examine survivors of the atomic-bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He returned in the 1960's for three years as a visiting professor at the University of Kyota. His books include "Western Medical Pioneers in Feudal Japan" (Johns Hopkins, 1970) and "When the Twain Meet: The Rise of Western Medicine in Japan" (Johns Hopkins, 1981)." He was co-editor of two volumes of essays, "Advances in American Medicine" (Books on Demand) and "Science & Medicine in Twentieth-Century China" (University of Michigan, 1989). (New York Times obituary, October 19, 1993).
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