4 edition of History of medicine in Massachusetts found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||131|
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At the period when Massachusetts was settled, medicine was an art rather than a science, and just ready to take a new departure under the guidance of Sydenham.
Certain facts about disease were learned by rote, as it were, and the treatment was nearly the same in all cases without regard to the minute symptoms. Precedents book of Massachusetts law, ; No. 36, Case for getting the Ptt with child. Precedents book of Massachusetts law, Correspondence from Thomas Crafts to Samuel Partridge, January B MS Misc.
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Aug 12, · The 19th century was a time of change and growth in Massachusetts history. Massachusetts in the 19th century was marked by economic growth and political change as well as by warfare.
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