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New Medical Treatment during WWI

Nowadays it is incredible what we have achieved in the medical world!

Specialized nurses, specialized doctors, medical staff is really diversified. We are able to operate, to transplant hearts, lungs, livers… many organs. We don’t need to wait anymore several hours if we have a broken arm or an infection at the hospital but how did we manage to acquire this knowledge?

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