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Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Weisse, Allen B.
With wit and style, Dr. Allen B. Weisse explores the odysseys of discovery that led to the great achievements of twentieth-century medicine: open heart surgery, antibiotics, the artificial kidney, chemotherapy, hepatitis and polio vaccines, vitamins, the heart pacemaker, and many more. In every case, Dr. Weisse goes behind the scenes, often drawing on his own interviews with the researchers themselves, and casts a fresh eye on the intricate processes of discovery and collaboration.Weisse, Allen B. is the author of 'Medical Odysseys The Different and Sometimes Unexpected Pathways to Twentieth-Century Medical Discoveries' with ISBN 9780813516172 and ISBN 081351617X.
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