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Hippocrates ( 460 – 370 B.C.) , the so-called “father of medicine”, revolutionized medicine in antiquity, and is perhaps best known today for his “Hippocratic Oath”. Galen ( 129 – 199 A.D.) was the most famous Roman physician, and in many ways improved upon the Hippocratic school of medicine which he practiced.
The collection of the authors’ works are each thousands of pages, therefore in this work, J.R. Coxe presents a detailed summary of the complete collections of Galen and Hippocrates. A table of contents is included for easier navigation
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