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Barnet, Tully and Ben Kooyman. "The Cure Has Killed Us All: Dramatizing medical ethics through zombie and period fiction tropes in the new deadwardians." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016.   
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Green, Michael, Daniel George, and Darryl Wilkinson. "The Walking Med: Zombies, comics, and medical education." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016.   
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McMullin, Juliet. "Zombie Toxins: Abjection and cancer’s chemicals." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016.   
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Nixon, Kari. "Viral Virulence, Postmodern Zombies, and the American Healthcare Enterprise in the Antibiotic Age." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016.   
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Servitje, Lorenzo. "Keep Your Head in the Gutter: Engendering empathy through participatory delusion in christian de metter’s graphic adaptation of shutter island." Journal of Medical Humanities (2013): 1–18.   
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Servitje, Lorenzo. "“The Path of Most Resistance”: surgeon x and the graphic estrangement of antibiosis." The Palgrave Handbook of Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature and Science. Eds. Neel Ahuja, et al. Palgrave Handbooks of Literature and Science. New York [etc.]: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.   
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Smith, Dan. "The Anorexic as Zombie Witness: Illness and recovery in katie green’s lighter than my shadow." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016.   
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Vint, Sherryl. "Administering the Crisis: Zombies and public health in the 28 days later comic series." The Walking Med. Zombies and The Medical Image. Eds. Lorenzo Servitje and Sherryl Vint. Graphic Medicine. University Park: Penn State Univ. Press, 2016. 123–41.   
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