8 edition of The Story of a Remarkable Medicine found in the catalog.
by Lantern Books
Written in English
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The story of a visionary British surgeon whose quest to unite science and medicine delivered us into the modern world – the safest time to be alive in human history Victorian operating theatres were known as ‘gateways of death’, Lindsey Fitzharris reminds us, since half of those who underwent surgery didn’t survive the experience. A Remarkable Life. You have reached the "Life" section of the web site dedicated to the life and work of Jack Dreyfus and a remarkable medicine, called Dilantin (phenytoin). If you wish to read about how phenytoin was discovered by Jack click here.
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This book is a story of Dreyfus extraordinary life, his discovery of phenytoin (PHT), and a testament to his ceaseless effort to make the truth known to people in this country and around the world. This book includes the amazing story of Jack's remarkable life, and the clinical section of Cited by: The Remarkable Story of Copaxone®: An Approach to the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis 1st Edition by Kenneth P Johnson (Author)Cited by: 1.
Those who are interested in Written in Frustration, will also be interested in The Story of a Remarkable Medicine. This book details the Jack Dreyfus’s extraordinary life and how his experience of depression led him to discover phenytoin and dedicate the rest of his life to helping people all over the world.
The story of A remarkable medicine: including an autobiography--and the clinical section of The broad range of use of phenytoin by Dreyfus, Jack, ; Dreyfus, Jack, Remarkable medicine has been overlooked; Smith, Barry H.
Broad range of clinical use of phenytoinPages: The Most Remarkable Medicine Is Still Being Overlooked. This section forms the second part of the book, A Remarkable Medicine Has Been Overlooked. It concerns Jack Dreyfus’ efforts to cure himself of depression and his discovery of Dilantin.
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) No. of Pages Weight Language English (United States) Dimensions x x About the Author. Lindsey Fitzharris has a PhD in the history of science and medicine from the University of Oxford. She is the creator of the popular website The Chirurgeon's Apprentice, and is the writer and presenter of the YouTube series Under the Knife.
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The story of A remarkable medicine: including an autobiography--and the clinical section of The broad range of use of phenytoin. [Jack Dreyfus; Barry H Smith] -- Autobiography of Jack Dreyfus, his battle with depression, its treatment with Dilantin (clinical name: Phenytoin, or Diphenylhydantoin), and his efforts to publicize the use of phenytoin to.
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