Zachary Cope

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This volume of over 900 pages contains a comprehensive account of the administrative scheme devised to supply the United States Armed Forces with the blood required in World War II and the Korean War for the resuscitation of those severely wounded. It contains a remarkable amount of valuable information. The opening chapter gives a brief sketch of the(More)
been teaching anatomy for some two years, but Morgan immediately took it upon himself to arrange the opening of a medical school attached to the College of Philadelphia, without any consultation with his erstwhile fellow student. Morgan's remarkable inaugural lecture in May 1765, A Discourse upon the Institution of Medical Schools in America was the climax(More)
The second part of the Wellcome Catalogue of Printed Books, of which this volume is the first instalment, covers a period much less fully explored by bibliographers and historians than the first volume which stopped at 1640. The limits of this new part of the Catalogue are arbitrary dates of convenience, starting before the foundation of the Royal Society(More)