By Ian Schott, Robert Youngson
A physician eliminates the traditional, fit part of a patient's mind rather than the malignant tumor. a guy whose leg is scheduled for amputation wakes as much as locate his fit leg got rid of. those fresh examples are a part of a heritage of scientific mess ups and embarrassments as previous because the occupation itself.
In short heritage of undesirable drugs, Robert M. Youngson and Ian Schott have written the definitive account of clinical mishap in glossy and not-so- sleek instances. From well-known quacks to curious different types of sexual therapeutic, from mistakes with the mind to medicinal drugs worse than the illnesses they're meant to regard, the publication unearths shamefully harmful medical professionals, human guinea pigs, and the mythical physician who was once himself a craven morphine addict.
Exploring the road among the comical and the tragic, the sincere mistake and the intentional crime, short background of undesirable medication illustrates as soon as and for all that you just can't consistently belief the folk in white coats.
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A Brief History of Bad Medicine by Ian Schott, Robert Youngson