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Today In Medical History – March 10

(1585)  Flemish physician and botanist Rembert Dodoens passes away. He wrote several books on plants, especially those with medicinal properties.

(1628) Italian biologist and physician Marcello Malpighi was born. His research focused on blood vessels and blood’s ability to clot.

(1876) The first successful telephone call was made by Alexander Graham Bell.

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