The Butchering Art
Lindsey Fitzharris talked about her book, The Butchering Art, about surgery in the 19th century and the medical advances of British doctor Joseph Lister, who asserted that germs were connected to infection and could be countered by antiseptics.
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- Lindsey Fitzharris Author
Mary McLaughlin Coordinator Smithsonian Associates->Programs
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