The Evolution of Medicine

There is no denying the fact that the past few centuries have brought a wealth of knowledge to medicine and the medical field.  From antibiotics, to new surgeries and vaccines, we’ve seen a huge evolution in healthcare.

has created an infographic entitled “The Evolution of Medicine” which details just how far we’ve come. Let’s take a look.

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