Dictionary of Medical Biography, Volume 3: H-L

Dictionary of Medical Biography Volume H L Treating and preventing disease has always been one of the most important tasks in a society and that task ultimately falls to one of the most respected and admired figures in any culture the healer

  • Title: Dictionary of Medical Biography, Volume 3: H-L
  • Author: William Bynum Helen Bynum
  • ISBN: 9780313328800
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Treating and preventing disease has always been one of the most important tasks in a society, and that task ultimately falls to one of the most respected and admired figures in any culture the healer This respect is understandable medical practictioners ease pain, prolong life, and prevent disesase, making them among the most important figures in the daily lives of peoTreating and preventing disease has always been one of the most important tasks in a society, and that task ultimately falls to one of the most respected and admired figures in any culture the healer This respect is understandable medical practictioners ease pain, prolong life, and prevent disesase, making them among the most important figures in the daily lives of people everywhere The Dictionary of Medical Biography provides authoritative biographical coverage of major medical practitioners in all times and cultures While its emphasis is on practitioners within the Western medical tradition, it also covers practitioners of alternative medicines, as well as major figures within traditional Chinese, Indian, and Islamic medicine In addition, special essays survey these medical traditions, which are difficult to appreciate within a biographical framework Overall, the Dictionary of Medical Biography concentrates on the nuances of medical practice, and the social context within which ideas of health, disease, and therapy exist.

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