HIST0286A History of Medicine I, Medical Traditions in the Old World to 1700
People have always attempted to promote health and prolong life, and to ameliorate bodily suffering. Those living in parts of Eurasia also developed textual traditions that, together with material remains, allow historians to explore their medical practic
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