How quantification arrived at its current dominant position in health care."
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Gérard Jorland is director of research, Centre de recherches historiques, École des hautes etudes sciences sociales, Paris.
Annick Opinel, formerly of the Fondation Mérieux, is head of the Centre de recherches historiques, Institut Pasteur, Paris.
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