The promise of history: Astana, São Paulo, and the challenges in Brazil

science editors André Felipe Cândido da Silva and Marcos Cueto write about the crucial role of history in understanding the present.

The World Health Organization: A history

Coming soon! The book written by Marcos Cueto (science editor of HCSM), Theodore M. Brown (University of Rochester) and Elizabeth Fee (in memorian, National Library of Medicine) will be launched by Cambridge University Press in May 2019.

II Taller de Historia de la Ciencia, la Tecnología y la Salud desde y sobre el Perú

El Taller está abierto a profesores y estudiantes universitarios, así como a profesionales interesados en la historia de la ciencia en el Perú.

The fire, the death and the hope

Our current issue is now available online.

HIV/AIDS, its stigma and history

Our science editors André Felipe Cândido da Silva and Marcos Cueto discuss the HIV prevention policy adopted in Brazil since December 2017: the pre-exposure prophylaxis.

Looking ahead to 2019: 25 years of HCSM

Our journal will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2019. In the editor’s note of our current issue, science editors André Felipe Cândido da Silva and Marcos Cueto reflected on the progress made so far and the hurdles still to be overcome.

Reconsidering the peripheral in global health

João Nunes (University of York) reviews this book considering its key contributions, which overall question commonly held assumptions about the origins and trajectory of international and global health.

Lo mágico de las tecnologías y de las fronteras

Lea la reseña de Yuri Carvajal (Universidad de Chile) sobre el libro “Beyond Imported Magic”, publicada en HCS-Manguinhos (vol.24 supl.1, 2017).

La erradicación de la malaria en México, 1956-1971

Marcos Cueto analiza el desarrollo de la campaña de erradicación del paludismo en México en el marco de la Guerra Fría

Malaria, modernidad y desarrollo en la Argentina de la primera mitad del siglo XX

Una reseña de Marcos Cueto, editor científico de HCS-Manguinhos.