Contributions to Biomedicine
Contributions to Biomedicine: A Continuing Story honours pioneering contributions to biomedicine, by doctors and scientists of King's College London and the Guy's, King's College, St Thomas' and Maudsley Hospitals and their medical schools, now amalgamated into King's.
This 120-page illustrated history demonstrates how, for centuries, their remarkable achievements have helped shape almost every area of medicine. Their rich legacy nourishes biomedical research at King's today.
This is the first account to draw together these contributions, which include advances in the understanding of disease and the human body, the development of drugs and surgery as well as care for the sick and dying.
The book also features recent and current research at King's today which continues the work of more than three centuries of contributions to biomedicine.
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