3 crucial medical lessons learnt from World War OneShared by:
The First World War witnessed the death of over 17 million men across all sides, fighting for what they believed they had stood for. It brought a new forefront during that time, as people, previously dying from diseases and illnesses, now suffered from damaging wounds that the medical world had never seen before. The war was the cornerstone of the medical system in use today, in both military and civilian care, setting the path to more remarkable medical responses and innovations.
3 Aug 2016 - General