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|Title||:||the evolution of modern medicine a series of lectures delivered at yale university on the silliman foundation in april 1913|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||268 Pages|
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the evolution of modern medicine a series of lectures delivered at yale university on the silliman foundation in april 1913 Reviews
The book "The evolution of Modern medicine" drives back to 10th century around how the medicine started getting evolved in the world and how each thesis added up to the current modern medicine. When we say medicine it doesn't mean the theories that are in scientific means. It means also how it evolved from astronomy, astrology and black magic. It gives good idea on people who are still the foundation for the modern medicine built such as galen, hippocrates, vaselius, fabricius and all. Had great insight on the advent and spread of medicine culture. Altogether Great read.
A surprisingly interesting read, the type of read that sends you in every direction following up on ideas and historical persons mentioned by Osler.