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    This short book made even shorter text wise by a handful of photosillustrations in each chapter captures a series of lect

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    An important homage to Sir William Osler and the greatest generation of Physicians in North America The smallpox chapter is especially timely given the COVID19 pandemic It seems French Canadians we’re not so fond of science public health nor vaccination against preventable disease back in 1885 Greet description of Osler the professor and mentor and of the discovery of insulin as a major breakthrough of mod

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    Book Reviews Two of a KindI decided to take advantage of my hour long lunch hour by taking part of it and reading books Right now I’m concentrating on non fiction Medical History books; eventually I’ll get back into reading fictionOne of the last of the hardcover books left on my shelf is The Making of Modern Medicine Turning Points in the Treatment of Disease by Michael Bliss and the next book was the Kindle version of Stores from the

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    Very interesting

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    Den overordnede tese er den samme som eksempelvis også Whythe har fremført nemlig at religion og sundhed lapper over Så der er ikke så mege

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Free download î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Michael Bliss

Ng on a few key moments in the transformation of medical care Bliss reveals the way The Making Kindle that new discoveries and new approaches led doctors and patients alike to discard fatalism and their traditional religious acceptance of suffering in favor of a new faith in health care and in the capacity of doctors to treat disease He takes readers in his account to three turning points a devastating smallpox outbreak in Montreal in the founding of the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical School and th An important homage to Sir William Osler and the greatest generation of Physicians in North America The smallpox chapter is especially timely given the COVID19 pandemic It seems French Canadians we re not so fond of science public health nor vaccination against preventable disease back in 1885 Greet description of Osler the professor and mentor and of the discovery of insulin as a major breakthrough of modern medicine in an uncertain age Pretty decent stuff I met the author at Ohio State after he published his Osler biography so I am fairly biased towards his balanced fair reporting of medical history

Free read The Making of Modern Medicine

The Making of Modern Medicine

At the dawn of the twenty of Modern eBook #8608 first century we have become accustomed to medical breakthroughs and conditioned to assume that regardless of illnesses doctors almost certainly will be able to help not just by diagnosing us and alleviating our pain but by actually treating or even curing diseases and significantly improving our lives    For most of human history however that was far from the case as veteran medical historian Michael Bliss explains in The Making of Modern Medicine Focusi This short book made even shorter text wise by a handful of photosillustrations in each chapter captures a series of lectures given by Dr Bliss I concur with another reviewer here that as such it s really of a summary of three of Dr Bliss s books the ones about smallpox in Montreal William Osler and the discovery of insulin respectively The lectureschapters are very short and cursory or to put it another way just long enough for Bliss to make all his claims ie to present the major claims from whatever book but not long enough to present much evidence for them For example I was left wondering what eviden

Free download î eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Michael Bliss

E discovery of insulin and recounts the lives of three crucial figures researcher Frederick Banting surgeon Harvey Cushing and physician William Osler turning medical history into a fascinating story of dedication Making of Modern PDF #197 and discovery   Compact and compelling this searching history vividly depicts and explains the emergence of modern medicine and in a provocative epilogue outlines the paradoxes and confusions underlying our contemporary understanding of disease death and life itself Book Reviews Two of a KindI decided to take advantage of my hour long lunch hour by taking part of it and reading books Right now I m concentrating on non fiction Medical History books eventually I ll get back into reading fictionOne of the last of the hardcover books left on my shelf is The Making of Modern Medicine Turning Points in the Treatment of Disease by Michael Bliss and the next book was the Kindle version of Stores from the Emergency Room by Mary Beth Engrav MDI m combining both reviews into one because after completing my reading I was left with the same feeling of bewilderment these b