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Medicine and Mankind

by Iago Galdston

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Addresses, essays, lectures,
  • Medicine

  • Edition Notes

    Essay index reprint series

    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8204634M
    ISBN 100836921089
    ISBN 109780836921083

    The book reveals a new look at medicine and Health Care System as a factor that significantly influences the history of mankind as a species. Considering the well-known facts from a different angle, systematically filed material clearly and simply traced the history of mankind from a medical point of view. It turns out that the medical profession had great influence on the destiny of mankind.   In this titanic history of medicine and disease, Roy Porter examines the traditions of East and West to chart how this revolution has come about. Covering medical milestones big and small – from dissection to surgery and from anaesthesia to AIDS – Roy Porter’s masterpiece is both a superlative history of medicine and a sweeping survey of.

    The appeal of collecting beautiful, old medical books is strong for many book collectors. Medicine has been practised - in one form or another - since the beginning of mankind and many of these practises have been documented in book form. Some of the medical authors who are avidly collected include William Harvey () who discovered the. Mankind Beyond Earth: The History, Science, and Future of Human Space Exploration by Claude A. Piantadosi MD, a Professor of Medicine and Pathology at Duke University Medical School is a .

    Healing with medicinal plants is as old as mankind itself. The connection between man and his search for drugs in nature dates from the far past, of which there is ample evidence from various sources: written documents, preserved monuments, and even original plant medicines. In the spirit of Orwell's and Animal Farm, but written with the style and wit of Kurt Vonnegut, Eidam offers a humorous and thought-provoking cautionary tale against trading away our freedom to the nanny-state, and asks if it's possible for mankind to become so dependent, we lose the ability to live free.


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