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Making Medicine Scientific

John Burdon Sanderson and the Culture of Victorian Science
  • 240 Pages
  • 1.31 MB
  • English
The Johns Hopkins University Press
Biography: general, History Of Medicine, Scientists - General, c 1800 to c 1900, General, Sir,, Practice Of Medicine, Medicine, Biography / Autobiography, Medical, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Great Britain, History, Medical - General, Medical / History, Physicians, 19th century, Medical sciences, (John),, 1828-1905, Biography, Burdon-Sanders
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Open LibraryOL9332536M
ISBN 100801868971
ISBN 139780801868979

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