Galen on pharmacology: his scientific way of thinking and contribution to the pharmacology of Cyprus

@article{Malapani2016GalenOP,
  title={Galen on pharmacology: his scientific way of thinking and contribution to the pharmacology of Cyprus},
  author={Aurel Malapani},
  journal={Immunotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={3}
}
The article provides an overview of Galen’s work on pharmacology taking into account the mindset and the general attitude towards medicine in the ancient era. Pharmacology was considered one of the three fields of medical science (surgery and dietology were the other two). The ancient people used а great many natural substances of vegetable or animal origin in order to produce many kinds of drugs for healing or alleviating the pain of the human body in а natural way. The evidence of the use of… 
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