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Dr. Sherwin Nuland of Yale University discusses his latest book, in which he examines the earliest myths and legends about illness, healing, and the human body, and how they have shaped the history of medicine, and even continue to influence doctors today.
- Dr. Sherwin Nuland clinical professor of surgery at Yale University
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