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Madge Thurlow Macklin - bibliography

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American medical geneticist, born February 6, 1893, Philadelphia; died March 14, 1962, Toronto, Canada.


  • Should the Teaching of Genetics as Applied to Medicine Have a Place in the Medical Curriculum?
    Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, Chicago, November 1932.
  • The Teaching of Inheritance of Disease to Medical Students: A Proposed Course in Medical Genetics.
    Annals of Internal Medicine, April 1933.
  • The Need of a Course in Medical Genetics in the Medical Curriculum: A Pivotal Point in the Eugenic Program.
    International Eugenics Congress III, A Decade of Progress in Eugenics, 1934.
  • Genetical Aspects of Sterilization of the Mentally Unfit.
    The Canadian Medical Association Journal, February 1934.
  • Origin of the Socially Inadequate. The Journal of Heredity, August 1934.
  • The Value of Accurate Statistics in the Study of Cancer.
    The Canadian Public Health Journal, 1934, 25: 369-73.
  • Genes and the Unconscious. The Journal of Heredity, February 1935.
  • The Inheritance of Disease and Its Relationship to the Practice of Medicine.
    The medical Woman's Journal, April 1938.
  • The Case for Inheritance of Schizophrenia. The Journal of Heredity, May 1939.
  • Inheritance and Human Cancer. The Ohio State Medical Journal, August 1947.
  • Hubert C. Soltan:
    Madge Macklin - Pioneer in Medical Genetics.
    The University of Western Ontario Medical Journal, January 1967.
  • Murray Llewellyn Barr:
    A Century of Medicine at Western: A Centennial History of the Faculty of Medicine.
    University of Western Ontario, 1977.
  • Mary Jane Hogue:
    The Contribution of Coucher Women to the Biological Sciences.
    Goucher Alumnae Quarterly, summer 1951.

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