The Scots In Sickness And Health
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The Scots In Sickness And Health

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The experience of medicine, from traditional remedies to the most sophisticated techniques. John Burnett's fascinating account looks at the growth of the medical professions, the work of ground-breaking Scottish doctors and the development of new approaches and equipment.
Paperback, 84 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by National Museums of Scotland
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Andy Love
This one is a keeper!
I found a lot of information I can use for resea. some of the information I knew, but most of it I didn't.
It was a please to read - well written, informative and nostalgic. (That which I've heard from older relatives)
My hat off to John Burnett for the easy and enjoyable read.
Only shame is the quality of the book binding.
Diana marked it as to-read
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