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This book contains an interesting account of Cambridge in its vicissitudes and its glory, giving a description of the medical school from its beginning to the present day. The various departments (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, experimental psychology, pathology, biology, physic) are taken up in separate chapters. There are portraits of those who added much to the glory of the institution, including such men as Caius, Heberden, Sir Michael Foster, Langley, Gaskell, Roy, Kanthack, Woodhead, Clobery, Glisson, Paget and Allbutt.
The Cambridge Medical School: A Biographical History. JAMA. 1932;99(11):941. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740630067045
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