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med' i sin, (1) a substance used in treating disease or illness; (2) the art or science of preserving health and treating disease


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Mayo Clinic Florence Nightingale Gertrude Belle Elion Aloe Vera Joseph Lister Lucy Hobbs Taylor Kantrowitz-Avco Mechanical Auxiliary Ventricle Origins of the Universal Symbol for a Prescription Edward Jenner


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General InformationGeneral Information Otorhinolaryngology
History of MedicineHistory of Medicine Pediatrics
DentistryDentistry Pharmacy and Materia MedicaPharmacy and Materia Medica
the art and science of preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines
Diseases of the Genitourinary SystemDiseases of the Genitourinary System Practice of Medicine
Hospitals, Clinics, Etc.Hospitals, Clinics, Etc. Public Health
Infectious and Parasitic DiseasesInfectious and Parasitic Diseases SurgerySurgery
the art or work of treating diseases, injuries, or deformities by operation on the body, usually with instruments
Internal Medicine TherapeuticsTherapeutics
the branch of medicine concerned with the use of remedies to treat disease
Missionary Medicine Sources and Links
NursingNursing
the profession or practice of providing care for the sick and infirm
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