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Hippocrates
[Ancient Greece] 4 humors
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Galen
[Ancient Rome] Treatment of opposites. Brain controlled body.
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Vesalius
[Renaissance] Dissected bodies. Proved Galen was wrong about heart and jaw bone.
3 of 17
Pare
[Renaissance] New ideas on sealing wounds and stopping bleeding.
4 of 17
Harvey
[Renaissance] Heart was a pump that circulated blood around body.
5 of 17
Jenner
[1750 - 1900] Used cowpox to vaccinate against smallpox.
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Simpson
[1750 - 1900] Experimented with chloroform as an anesthetic.
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Pasteur
[1750 - 1900] Developed germ theory
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Chadwick
[1750 - 1900] 1842 report linked conditions in towns to disease
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Nightingale
[1750 - 1900] Improved hospitals. Turned nursing into a profession.
10 of 17
Lister
[1750 - 1900] Experiments with antiseptics and carbolic sprays for surgery
11 of 17
Koch
[Modern World] Used dyes to stain germs.
12 of 17
Ehrlich
[Modern World] Developed magic bullets - chemicals which killed germs without harming body.
13 of 17
Flemming
[Modern World] Discovered penicillin mold could stop germs developing.
14 of 17
Florey And Chain
[Modern World] Developed Flemming's idea of penicillin
15 of 17
Crick And Watson
[Modern World] Discovered DNA is in all living things.
16 of 17
Barnard
[Modern World] First heart transplant in 1967.
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[Ancient Rome] Treatment of opposites. Brain controlled body.

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[Renaissance] New ideas on sealing wounds and stopping bleeding.

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