Who Knows Anything? – Journalism, Caesarean Section, and the Production of Knowledge — How Did We Get Into This Mess?

The New York Times ran a story about an amazing c-section survival in 1337. But historians of medieval medicine don’t think it happened. By Monica H. GreenOn Wednesday, 23 November 2016—the day before the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S.—the New York Times ran what it likely assumed to be a “fun fact” story, a minor historical…

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