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Medical advance, public health and social evolution
1965 by Pergamon .
Written in English
|Statement||by C. Wilcocks.|
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Medical Advance, Public Health and Social Evolution is an attempt to relate medical progress to the intellectual climate of the various broad periods of history, and to the social changes which took place in those periods and which influenced—and were influenced by—medical progress.
Medical advance Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilcocks, Charles. Medical advance, public health and social evolution. Oxford, New York [etc. Medical Advance, Public Health and Social Evolution is an attempt to relate medical progress to the intellectual climate of the various broad periods of history, and to the social changes which took place in those periods and which influenced—and were influenced by—medical Edition: 1.
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