Medicine Through Time
Part of a series designed to meet the requirements of the revised GCSE syllabuses, this foundation pupil's book looks at medicine through time. Students explore topics by investigating key issues and there is exam practice at the end of each unit.
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CHAPTER PREHISTORIC MEDICINE
CHAPTER EGYPTIAN MEDICINE
THE FALL F THE ROMAN EMPIRE IN THE WEST
MEDICINE IN THE MIDDLE AGES
MEDICINE IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE
MEDICINE ON THE BRINK
CHAPTER 1 THE REVOLUTION IN SURGERY
DEVELOPMENTS IN PUBLIC HEALTH
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