Medicine's Ten Greatest Discoveries

T.D. Laing tdlaing at nospam.dres.dnd.ca
Thu Aug 27 08:32:18 EST 1998


In article <35e48d82.1121898 at news.concentric.net>,
mike.conrad at nospam.usa.net wrote:

> In November, Yale University Press will publish 
> "Medicine's Ten Greatest Discoveries", as written by
> Gerald W. Friedland and Meyer Friedman.

[snip]

It's too bad only 10 could be listed.  I would certainly have included
Ignaz Semmelweiss (washing hands between patients), Florence Nightingale
(clean nursing conditions) and Joseph Lister (asepsis during surgery)
greatly reduced mortality from post-partum and post-operative infections.

T.

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