1 edition of Toward a man-centered medical science found in the catalog.
Toward a man-centered medical science
|Statement||edited by Karl E. Schaefer, Herbert Hensel, Ronald Brady.|
|Series||A new image of man in medicine -- 1|
|Contributions||Schaefer, Karl Ernst., Hensel, Herbert., Brady, Ronald., Man-Centered Physiological Science and Medicine (Conference) (1973 : Herdecke, Germany)|
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New York: Futura Pub. Co., (OCoLC) "A portion of the material in this book was presented at the meeting man-centered physiological science and medicine held in Herdecke, Germany, Gemeinnuetziges Krankenhaus, September 24.
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