The Anthropology of Medicine: From Culture to Method

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as necessarily from the mere disposition of the organs which may be observed in the heart by the eye alone, and from the heat which one can feel there with one's fingers, and from the nature of the blood which can be known by experience, as does that of a clock from the power, the position and the shape of its counterweights and its wheels" ([ 1637] 1960:68).
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Reduction of risk, based on the published results, is only 4.5 percent; the 7 percent figure is reportedly "adjusted" by a technique not described in the study.

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