Early Days of Modern Medicine Shown in Haunting Photos

Dr. Stanley Burns' archive of medical photography underscores how far modern medicine has come in just over 100 years.
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Well this is my archive. And I specialize in medical memorial and historic photographs. That's no my medical images and even some of the behind me which were used for reference. Inspiration for the Nick Cole we can't. Progress. What I've been able to do his help them. Natan medicine nearly 19100 come on line. Factory I have rehearsed the newest techniques extensively one of the reasons why was able to do the knicks so recently. Was because I have a library of medical books specializing fed 1880 to 1925. This is what is stereo clinics is one of the series of books on. Surgery and it stimulated the media offices soda bird. Two incorporated. Directly. Into the programs and so what I really bad said gray chilly out of improving the visuals of the history of medicine the doctors a hundred years ago we're just as Smart and interested in helping their patience. As we are today. The problem was being laid to find it inferior. Knowledge and technology. When doctors a hundred years from today look at what we're doing. They will think about this and.

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