Gallery Sarcoma of the Upper Face Bone. Andrew Charles, Cancer, A Handbook for the Lay Reader (Dublin: Society for the Prevention and Relief of Cancer Ireland, 1922).The Blackstaff Menace. A.G. Malcolm, The Sanitary State of Belfast with Suggestions for its Improvements (Belfast: Henry Greer, 1852), p. 43.View of Castle Place towards Hercules Place © National Museums NI.Toe Rot: Diseased Tissue on the Toe and Nail of a Woman Showing Symptoms of Onychia. Watercolour by C. D’Alton c.1870. Wellcome Collection.Amputation Case, Mid-19th Century. Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).Lichen Leg affected with Lichen Ruber. St. Bartholomew’s Hospital Archives & Museum. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).A Fifty-Year-Old Irish Labourer who was Admitted to Mercer’s Hospital for the Removal of a Large Tumour from the Back of the Neck. E. Stamer O’Grady, Notes of Surgical Cases (Dublin: John Falconer, 1875).Sixty-Year-Old Widow who was Admitted to Mercers Hospital for a Large Tumour Located on her Face and Neck. E. Stamer O’Grady, Notes of Surgical Cases (Dublin: John Falconer, 1875).High Street, Belfast c.1831. Ulster Museum, IC/High St/831.Map of Belfast’s Cholera Localities, 1832. Ulster Museum, IC/High St/831.Cholera Poster, Belfast, 1832. Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, BMS/19.Vaccination Certificate (1907). © Rebecca WattersonRegister of Cases of Successful Vaccination (1864). Postcard distributed by the Irish Anti-Vaccination League, c.1909. Kernig’s Sign. William Osler, ‘The Cavendish Lecture on the Etiology and Diagnosis of Cerebro-Spinal Fever’, British Medical Journal, i:2008 (24 June 2009), p. 1521.Birth and Death Rates per 1000, Belfast, 1880-1909. Report of the Medical Officer of Health, Belfast County Borough. Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0).Principal Causes of Death during the Year 1909, Medical Officer of Health Report, Belfast County Borough., 1909. Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)Rona Fields, A Society on the Run: A Psychology of Northern Ireland (London: Penguin, 1973).Northern Ireland Women’s Rights Movement newsletter, (1980). Linen Hall Library, NIPC P13672. Prof. Louise Dubras before Starting her First Shift at the COVID Centre (taken 30 March 2020). © Prof. Louise Dubras.‘We Go Were We Are Needed’.Coronavirus (2021). https://search.creativecommons.org/photos/6c521947-42dd-421d-8eee-2d67f8fb1370.Sir Alexander Fleming Giving a Lecture to QUB Students. © National Museums NI.Forster Green and Co Ltd, Tea Merchants, Royal Avenue, (1920). © National Museums NI.Gummed label for Todd’s Indigestion and Liver Mixture, prepared by Horatio Todd, Belfast. © National Museums NI.Lorry and 4 Bread Vans at Bernard Hughes’ Bakery. © National Museums NI.Provisional IRA Board Made by Women in Armagh Gaol (1974). © National Museums NI.Time To Talk: Advertisement for the Sexual Health and AIDS Team of the Eastern Health and Social Services Board (1990-99]Working Class Dwellings of Belfast, W. H. Stephens & Sons, Chartered Quantity Surveyors, Belfast.Long Kesh/Maze Prison.Séanna Walsh speaking at a Sinn Féin commemoration for IRA Volunteer Charlie McGlade in Drimnagh, Dublin, September 2010Pair of Long Kesh/HMP Maze H-Block Prison Comms Written on Cigarette Papers in both English and Irish Referring to Hunger Strikers and H-Blocks. © National Museums NI.Anti-Spitting Sign, Ireland, 1900-20.AIDS Affects Irish People. Advertisement by the Southern Health Board. Colour lithograph by Kieran O’Connor, November 1992.Greg Owen. AIDS Activist from Northern Ireland.Jim Bailey and his mother, 1957.Eddie McCory. c.1960s.Wellcome Polio vaccine dropped on to sugar lump for child patientDissections of diseased lungs affected by pneumonia and tuberculosis: two figures. Chromolithograph by W. Gummelt, ca. 1897.Distaval (Thalidomide), The Distillers Company, c.1960. Pack of Thalidomide Tablets.Jacqueline FlemingDefibrillation Equipment. British Red Cross Society Medal – ‘Proficiency in Red Cross Tuberculosis Course’. © National Museums NI.Grieving neighbours of Mr Robin Shields, an ambulance controller shot dead at the Royal Victoria Hospital, 1980.Kathleen Robb, matron of RVH 1966-1973 on her first day of work. She was awarded an OBE for her work during the early years of the Troubles.Dr David YellowleesThe Crichton Royal Institution, Dumfries, Scotland. Transfer lithograph by Fr. Schenck, c.1840-43).Framed Drawing of Glasgow Lunatic Asylum (built 1809) by David M. Walker.Miss G. Gault and other Nurses on a Ward in the Union Infirmary (now Belfast City Hospital) c.1917.