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Ann Bowman Jannetta (born 1932) is an American academic, historian, author, Japanologist and Professor of History Emerita at the University of Pittsburgh.
- Epidemics and mortality in Tokugawa Japan: 1600-1868 (1983)
- Public health and the diffusion of vaccination in Japan (1996)
- The vaccinators: smallpox, medical knowledge, and the "opening" of Japan (2007)
- National Academy of Medicine, Hanaoka Seishu's Surgical Casebook
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