GREAT MOMENTS IN MEDICAL HISTORY Who invented the Airplane? Who invented the Telephone? Who provided us with the Electric Light?
Most of us know the answer to these questions. So why don't we know the answer to these: Who discovered a cure for Diphtheria? Who discovered Vitamins? Who discovered Penicillin? Our inspirational Medical archives recognize the contributions of great individuals in medicine whose contribution to society has been taken for granted. Documents include significant primary documentation of scientific breakthroughs, pages from laboratory note books and letters of individuals who have extended and improved the quality of our lives. Included are original manuscripts by Royal Physician William Harvey who discovered the circulation of blood in 1628
Benjamin Franklin who founded America's first incorporated hospital
Clara Barton's announcement of the formation of the Red Cross
a Louis Pasteur archive on Rabies
An Edward Jenner archive on vaccines
Diabetes Pavy Diphtheria Behring Elephant Man (The original Manuscript) Treves Heart Disease Christian Barnard Infection Koch, Robert Insanity Dix Leprosy Schweitzer On Blood Harvey On DNA Crick On Hospitals Ben Franklin On Hypnotism Mesmer On the Mayo Clinic Mayo On Vitamines Funk Pediatrics Jacobi Penicillin Fleming; Chain Plague/Cholera T Roosevelt (SF Earthquake) Yellow Fever Proud Rabies Pasteur Flu Vaccine Stanley Inter species disease transmission Lister Ether Discovery Jackson