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Roots of clinical chemistry. A guide through the Historical Exhibition on the occasion of the XIII International Congress of Clinical Chemistry 1987, The Hague, The Netherlands June 28–July 3, 1987

@article{Smeaton1989RootsOC,
  title={Roots of clinical chemistry. A guide through the Historical Exhibition on the occasion of the XIII International Congress of Clinical Chemistry 1987, The Hague, The Netherlands June 28–July 3, 1987},
  author={William A. Smeaton},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1989},
  volume={33},
  pages={272 - 273}
}
  • William A. Smeaton
  • Published in Medical History 1989
  • Medicine
  • women. Each has made crucial contributions. Dame Cicely Saunders, if anyone, is entitled to write about 'The evolution of hospices' because she is certainly the most important single figure in their recent evolution. Instead, she rambles on with a few not very well-chosen words which are a mockery of her powerful incisive writing on this subject elsewhere. Next, Jennifer Beinart, who has written brilliantly on obstetric pain, writes instead on the growth of treatment of intractable pain. Her… CONTINUE READING

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