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Hippocrates: medicine becomes a science

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1958.

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Kindliness, concern, and love of the art of healing, all reflected by Hippocrates as he examines a young patient, are qualities that earned the great Greek physician (460-361 B.C.) the immortal title of "Father of Medicine".

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<p>Kindliness, concern, and love of the art of healing, all reflected by Hippocrates as he examines a young patient, are qualities that earned the great Greek physician (460-361 B.C.) the immortal title of "Father of Medicine".</p>
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Hippocrates: medicine becomes a science

Detroit Parke, Davis & Company 1958.

<p>Kindliness, concern, and love of the art of healing, all reflected by Hippocrates as he examines a young patient, are qualities that earned the great Greek physician (460-361 B.C.) the immortal title of "Father of Medicine".</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : color ; 35 x 42 cm

ABSTRACT

Kindliness, concern, and love of the art of healing, all reflected by Hippocrates as he examines a young patient, are qualities that earned the great Greek physician (460-361 B.C.) the immortal title of "Father of Medicine".

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