Collected Essays on Public Health and Epidemiology, Volume 1
A collection of Rudolf Virchow's papers, presented for the first time in translation. Virchow (1821-1902) was an eminent German pathological anatomist who established cellular pathology and coined many important pathological terms.
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The Aims of the Journal Medical Reform 1848
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