Tuesday, May 28, 2024
HomeDiscoverMedical HistoryToday In Medical History - March 22

Today In Medical History – March 22

(1808) American pioneer, doctor, and businessman David Swinson Maynard is born. He travelled St. Louis to California fighting cholera and preventing malnutrition in natives.

(1924) Scottish surgeon William Macewen passes away. He is remembered for his contributions to brain surgery and bone graft surgery.

(2010) Scottish pharmacologist James Black passses away. He shared the 1988 Nobel Prize in Medicine for the development of propranolol and cimetidine, medications used for heart disease and stomach ulcers, respectively.

RELATED ARTICLES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News and Articles

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERS

Stay Connected
10,288FansLike
820FollowersFollow
249FollowersFollow
2,787FollowersFollow

Article of the month

Recognizing HIE: A Call for Advocacy

Have you heard of HIE? It’s the second leading cause of infant mortality and lifelong disability worldwide. 2-3 per 1,000 live births in high-income...

Joke Of The Day – May 28

A medical student was visiting his elderly grandfather and was asking him about the new medication that he was currently taking. "So, I understand that...

ADVERTISE WITH US

error: Content is read-only and copy-protected.