Archibald Garrod and the Individuality of Man

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In this scholarly and insightful biography, Alexander G. Bearn, a physician and a scientist in the Garrodian tradition, has drawn a portrait of one of the great minds of twentieth century medicine. It is story of intellectual achievement. But the book also gives a fascinating account of the life of a talented professional family and a perspective on the practice of medicine and on medical education at the turn of the century. Archibald Garrod is chiefly remembered as the originator of the concept of inborn metabolic error, ...

Archibald Garrod and the Individuality of Man 1993, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780192621450

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