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Doctor Felipe Castillo, head of the Hospital de San Pablo during the cholera epidemic of 1850, used "Salty water" as treatment for the patients who attended the hospital. The etiology and pathogenesis of this sickness were unknown in those days, so Castillo's conduct was surprising. This study is based on an unpublished report, classified as anonymous, that… (More)
This essay deals with two scientific discussions that occurred at the National Academy of Medicine, one in the 19th century and the other, in the 20th century. Our goal was to emphasize that the National Academy of Medicine offers the space for scientific discussion related to medical problems.