History of Science Society in Japan has published a special issue on "New Directions in the History of Medicine in East Asia" in its journal Historia Scientiarum, vol.27 (2018), no.2. It is edited by Alexander Bay and has six papers on medicine and disease in Japan and China.
Alexander Bay, "Introduction"
W. Evan Young, "Domesticating Medicine: The Production of Familial Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Japan"
Alexander Bay, "Roundworm Prevention and Eradication in 20th-Century Japan"
William Johnston, "Cholera and Popuar Culture in Nineteenth Century Japan"
Keiko Daidoji, "The Formation of Constitution (Taishitsu) Medicine in Early Twentieth-Century Japan: The Scrofulous Constitution (Senbyoshitsu) and Tuberculosis"
Waka Hirokawa, "When Medicine Participates in Field Studies: Epidemiological Research of Hansen's Disease during Pre- and Wartime Japan"
Hilary Smith, "Beyond Indulgence: Diet-Induced Illness in Chinese Medicine"