SIMPSON: The Turbulent Life of a Medical Pioneer
Explores the life and times of the seventh son of a village baker who became a successful physician, pioneered the use of chloroform in surgery, became professor at one of the leading medical schools of the world, and physician to Queen Victoria--all before the age of forty. Import. 24 pages of photos, some color.
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