This Week's Show - Jefferson and Medicine
Show 1072 Jefferson and Medicine (4-13-14) President Jefferson speaks about medicine during his time and a letter he wrote to Caspar Wistar in 1807. Read the full text of the letter HERE
For more about Jefferson and medicine, read Bruce Pitt's reports from Paris HERE.
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