ADVICE TO A YOUNG PHYSICIAN

ADVICE TO A YOUNG PHYSICIAN
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In 1664, the fifteen-year old John Floyer matriculated at The Queen's College, Oxford, and embarked upon the study of medicine. Twelve years later, he settled in practice as a physician in the cathedral city of Lichfield, Staffordshire, in the midlands of England where he lived and worked for over half a century. He was active in local affairs and was knighted by Charles II in 1684. Sir John was an enthusiastic investigator and author who had been strongly influenced during his formative years as a student in the exciting intellectual atmosphere of post-Restoration Oxford.
Edited by Denis Gibbs & Philip K Wilson

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