The Black Death
Medical science has made great advances in this century. So much so that we look back on the physicians of the past with a condescending smile, thinking of them as little better than primitive witch doctors or superstitious barbarians.
One bright day, the medical establishment in New York City found itself faces with a problem that made it feel as ignorant and helpless as any physician of 500 years ago. They faced a scourge that had decimated Europe in the middle ages – the bubonic plague
Paperback, 218 pages. First edition. In very good to VG+ pre-loved condition Minor crease running along the spine and modest edgewear lower right corner. No foxing.