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Race, ethnicity, and racism in medical anthropology, 1977-2002
Intrahousehold disparities in women and men's experiences of water insecurity and emotional distress in urban Bolivia
Transitions, Access, Conversations: Editor's Introduction
HIV and the Moral Economy of Survival in an East African City
Childbirth in Santiago de Chile: Stratification, Intervention, and Child Centeredness
Recruitment Practices and the Politics of Inclusion in Cancer Clinical Trials
“The Weight on Our Shoulders Is Too Much, and We Are Falling”: Suicide among Inuit Male Youth in Nunavut, Canada
Plot and Irony in Childbirth Narratives of Middle-Class Brazilian Women
Aging Respectably by Rejecting Medicalization: Mexican Men's Reasons for Not Using Erectile Dysfunction Drugs
“Love Isn’t There in Your Stomach:” A Moral Economy of Medical Citizenship among Nicaraguan Community Health Workers
Malicious Whites, Greedy Women, and Virtuous Volunteers: Negotiating Social Relations through Clinical Trial Narratives in South Africa
Struggling with AIDS in South Africa: The Space of the Everyday as a Field of Recognition
Folding Paper Swans, Modeling Lives: The Ritual of Filipina Eldercare in Israel
Genes, Race, and Culture in Clinical Care: Racial Profiling in the Management of Chronic Illness
Can Medicine Be Aesthetic?: Disentangling Beauty and Health in Elective Surgeries
Making Sense of HIV in Southeastern Nigeria: Fictional Narratives, Cultural Meanings, and Methodologies in Medical Anthropology
Men’s Narratives of Vasectomy: Rearticulating Masculinity and Contraceptive Responsibility in San José, Costa Rica
Commentary: Thinking through Public Health Genomics
The Patient–Consumer–Advocate Nexus : The Marketing and Dissemination of Gardasil, the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine, in the United States
Subjectivity, Hygiene, and STI Prevention: A Normalization Paradox in the Cleanliness Practices of Female Sex Workers in Post-Socialist China
For the Sake of our Children: Hispanic Immigrant and Migrant Families’ Use of Folk Healing and Biomedicine
“I Didn't Feel Like I Was a Person Anymore”: Realigning Full Adult Personhood after Ostomy Surgery
“Lungisa”—Weaving Relationships and Social Space to Restore Health in Rural KwaZulu Natal
Modeling Population Health: Reflections on the Performativity of Epidemiological Techniques in the Age of Genomics
Trading Legitimacy: Everyday Corruption and Its Consequences for Medical Regulation in Southern Vietnam
Critical Anthropology of Global Health “Takes a Stand” Statement: A Critical Medical Anthropological Approach to the U.S.'s Affordable Care Act