By Richard Colgan
This publication introduces the origins of vital teachings that shape the root of drugs and similar therapeutic professions. Reinforcing the humanistic facet of sufferer care, this ebook replicates the ideas, anecdotes and aphorisms usually similar by way of mentors and educators to clinical scholars, citizens, and younger physicians. This booklet presents quite a few examples of top practices within the artwork of drugs, profiles of serious healers all through background and world wide, and tales guaranteed to encourage any practising healer, whether or not they are new to the calling or a pro veteran.
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He has been called “probably the greatest and most original of all Muslim physicians” . Rhazes was known as much for his intelligence as for his kindness and compassion to others. He was troubled by poverty and suffering and gave away his fortune, such that he died in destitution. Avicenna Another Persian teacher of medicine was the physician and philosopher Abu Ali Sinna (980 ACE–1037 ACE) (see Fig. 2). Also known as Hakim Ibn Sina, he is more commonly known in the West as Avicenna. Avicenna is known as the father of early modern medicine.
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