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Humanitys rising debt to medical research being the Paget Memorial Lecture, 1955 of the Research Defence Society by Dale, Henry Sir.

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Published by Research Defence Society in [S.l.] .
Written in English

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Statementdelivered by Sir Henry Dale on 16th November,1955.
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Number of Pages18
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Open LibraryOL13900107M

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