1685. How modern medicine could have changed history.
Thursday 15th April
Closing date for applications 8th April.
A talk by Dr. Jeffrey Aronson
King Charles II fell ill on Sunday 1 February 1685. HIs illness progressed, despite, or perhaps because of, the efforts of his physicians, using contemporary methods of treatment, based on humoral theory. He died just before noon on Friday 6 February. Could modern medicine have changed the course of history?
The event is free of charge
To download the flyer click on the link below
This event is full. No further applications can be accepted.