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Medicine Without Blood

Medicine Without Blood

The Atlantic - Alex Ashley

Proponents of “blood management” hope that transfusions will one day be a thing of the past. In the mid-1660s, the English physician Richard Lower performed an unprecedented medical feat. “[I] selected one dog of medium size, opened its jugular vein, and drew off blood, until ... its strength was …

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