Makers of Modern Medicine

Author: James J. Walsh
Published: 1907
Language: English
Wordcount: 101,503 / 311 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 47.2
LoC Category: R
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Added to site: 2011.09.03
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Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Science
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This book covers the achievements of prominent researchers such as Morgagni, Jenner and Pasteur.

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various kinds in which Laennec never failed. The problem of heart diagnosis was to be solved by Corrigan and the Irish school of medicine hundreds of miles away, though they were doing their work about the same time that Laennec was making his observations in Paris. Curiously enough just during the same decade Richard Bright, in England, was studying out the problem of kidney disease, and, as a young man, teaching the world nearly as much about it as it has ever learned, though, in the seventy-five years that have passed since, so much of investigation has been devoted to the subject.

No one nation can claim the palm of superiority in the matter of original investigation. The spirit of genius breathes where it will, and unfortunately it is incommunicable. {19} Students may think they absorb all that the master has to give them, and that they are ready to go on with his work where he left it. They do actually seem to their own generation to make distinct progress in medicine. When the situation is anal

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