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Angeli, E. L. (2018). Rhetorical work in emergency medical services. Routledge.

Arduser, L. (2017). Living chronic: Agency and expertise in the rhetoric of diabetes. The Ohio State University Press.

Bell, T. R., Applequist, J., & Dotson-Pierson, C. (2019). CTE, media, and the NFL: Framing a public health crisis as a football epidemic. Rowman & Littlefield.

Bennett, Jeffrey. (2009). Banning queer blood: Rhetorics of citizenship, contagion, and resistance. University of Alabama Press.

Bennett, Jeffrey A. (2019). Managing diabetes: The cultural  politics of disease. New York University Press.

Berkenkotter, Carol. (2008). Patient tales: Case histories and the uses of narrative in psychiatry. University of South Carolina Press.

Bloom-Pojar, R. (2018). Translanguaging outside the academy: Negotiating rhetoric and healthcare in the Spanish Caribbean. National Council of Teachers of English

Britt, Elizabeth C. (2001). Conceiving normalcy: Rhetoric, law, and the double binds of infertility. University of Alabama Press.

Britt, Elizabeth C. (2018). Reimagining advocacyRhetorical education in the legal clinic. Pennsylvania University Press.

Carey, T. (2016). Rhetorical healing: The reeducation of contemporary black womanhood. SUNY University Press.

Derkatch, Colleen. (2016). Bounding biomedicine: Evidence and rhetoric in the new science of alternative medicine. University of Chicago Press.

Ding, Huiling. (2014). Rhetoric: A global epidemic. Southern Illinois University Press.

Emmons, Kimberly. (2010). Black dogs and blue words: Depression and gender in the age of self-care. Rutgers University Press.

Fountain, T. Kenny. (2014). Rhetoric in the flesh: Trained vision, technical expertise, and the gross anatomy lab. Routledge.

Graham, S. Scott. (2015). The politics of pain medicine: A rhetorical-ontological inquiry. University of Chicago Press.

Hanganu-Bresch, Cristina, & Berkenkotter, Carol. (2019). Diagnosing madness: The discursive construction of the psychiatric patient, 1850-1920. The University of South Carolina Press.

Happe, Kelly. (2013). The material gene: gender, race, and heredity after the Human Genome Project. New York University Press.

Happe, K. E., Johnson, J., & Levina, M. (2018). Biocitizenship: The politics of bodies, governance, and power.  New York University Press.

Harper, Kimberly C. (2020). The Ethos of Black Motherhood in America: Only White Women Get Pregnant. Lexington Books.

Hausman, Bernice. (2003). Mother’s milk: Breastfeeding controversies in American culture (2003).  Routledge.

Hausman, Bernice. (2011). Viral mothers: Breastfeeding in the age of HIV/AIDS. University of Michigan Press.

Hausman, B. L. (2019). Anti/Vax: Reframing the vaccination controversy. Cornell University Press.

Hernández, L. H., & Upton, S. D. L. (2018). Challenging reproductive control and gendered violence in the Américas: Intersectionality, power, and struggles for rights. Lexington Books.

Jensen, Robin E. (2010). Dirty words:  The rhetoric of public sex education, 1870-1924. University of Illinois Press.

Jensen, Robin E. (2016). Infertility: Tracing the history of a transformative term. Pennsylvania University Press.

Johnson, B. L., & Quinlan, M. M. (2019). You’re doing it wrong: Mothering, media, and medical expertise. Rutgers University Press.

Johnson, Jenell. (2014). American lobotomy: A rhetorical history. University of Michigan Press.

Keränen, Lisa. (2010). Scientific characters: Rhetoric, politics, and trust in breast cancer research. University of Alabama Press.

Koerber, Amy. (2013). Breast or bottle: Contemporary controversies in infant-feeding policy and practice. University of South Carolina Press.

Koerber, Amy. (2018). From hysteria to hormones: A rhetorical history. Pennsylvania University Press.

Lawrence, Heidi Yoston. (2020). Vaccine rhetorics. The Ohio State University Press

Lynch, John. (2011). What are stem cells? Definitions at the intersection of science and politics. University of Alabama Press.

Lynch, John. (2019). The origins of bioethics: Remembering when medicine went wrong. Michigan State University Press.

Mara, Miriam O’Kane. (2019). Globalism and gendering cancer: Tracking the trope of oncogenic women from the US to Kenya. Routledge.

Mogull, S. A. (2017). Scientific and medical communication: A guide for effective practice. Routledge.

Molloy, Cathryn. (2019). Rhetorical ethos in health and medicine: Patient credibility, stigma, and misdiagnosis. Routledge.

Montalk, S. P. (2018). Communicating pain: Exploring suffering through language, literature, and creative writing. Routledge.

Owens, Kim H. (2015). Writing childbirth: Women’s rhetorical agency in labor and online. Southern Illinois University Press.

Pender, K. (2018). Being at genetic risk: Toward a rhetoric of care. Penn State University Press.

Pigozzi, Laura M. (2020). Caring for and Understanding Latinx Patients in Health Care Settings. University of British Columbia Press.

Rowland, Allison. (2020). Zoetropes and the politics of  humanhood. The Ohio State University Press.

Segal, Judy Z. (2005). Health and the rhetoric of medicine. Southern Illinois University Press.

Seigel, M. (2014). The rhetoric of pregnancy. University of Chicago Press.

Scott, J. Blake. (2003). Risky rhetoric: AIDS and the cultural practices of HIV testing. Southern Illinois University Press.

Stormer, Nathan. (2002). Articulating life’s memory: US medical rhetoric about abortion in nineteenth century.  Lexington Books.

Stormer, Nathan. (2015). Sign of pathology: US medical rhetoric on abortion, 1800s-1960s. Pennsylvania University Press.

Teston, Christa. (2017). Bodies in flux: Scientific methods for negotiating medical uncertainty.  University of Chicago Press.

Walters, Shannon. (2014). Rhetorical touch: Disability, identification, haptics. University of South Carolina Press.

Wells, Susan. (2001). Out of the dead house: Nineteenth century women physicians and the writings of medicine. University of Wisconsin Press.

Wells, Susan. (2019). Robert Burton’s rhetoric: An anatomy of early modern knowledge. Penn State University Press.

Wells, S. (2019). Robert Burton’s rhetoric: An anatomy of early modern knowledge. Penn State University Press.