Medicine in the Nineteenth Century. Year 11 History. Content. Medical knowledge and understanding at the beginning of the nineteenth century Changes in the understanding of the causes of disease Developments in surgery and hospital treatment The work of Pasteur, Koch and Ehrlich
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Twelve year old Ellen ‘Isabella’ Hazard, one of the first victims of cholera in England, October 1831.
They didn't have to look very far for their first victim. A murderous spree started!
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