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Herpes simplex / T. Natasha Posner.

  • Posner, T. Natasha, 1942-
Date
1998
  • Books

About this work

Description

"Though medically minor and very common, herpes simplex is a condition which is capable of causing considerable distress, for psychological and social as much as physical reasons. Herpes Simplex contrasts the image of the condition presented in the media with the medical and epidemiological evidence, and discusses ways in which the distress associated with the condition can be alleviated."--From cover.

Publication/Creation

London ; New York : Routledge, 1998.

Physical description

viii, 143 pages ; 22 cm.

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographical references (pages 130-136) and index.

Contents

1. Introduction: the cultural, epidemiological and biomedical context -- 2. The impact of diagnosis -- 3. Learning to live with HSV symptoms -- 4. Social implications -- 5. Individual meaning and management -- 6. Fighting stigma -- 7. Conclusion: the significance of herpes simplex.

Notes

Copy 1. Donor: This item was originally held in the Women's Health Library. It was donated to Wellcome in 2016 by the Feminist Library, which acted as temporary custodian following the closure of Women's Health in 2006. The Women's Health Library archive, consisting of information files on a wide range of health issues, is held in the Wellcome Library (Reference: SA/WHL).
Copy 1. Former Women's Health Library shelfmark: Ktx

Languages

  • English


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    M25744

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ISBN

  • 041510744X
  • 9780415107440