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State Medical Service

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Medical research (in clinical medicine etc). The value of the study of rare diseases (FPW). Aims in the pursuit of scientific and other knowledge--not merely the acquisition of wealth. There must be over the whole civilised world an organised state or general medical service, possibly in conjunction with a kind of 'United States of the World'. The latter, as the civilised part of the world must defend itself against the uncivilised part, must endeavour to civilise and join on the latter. 'Weltanschaunng' and philosophy connected with the above subjects, including some utopian ideals. Ideal aims inconsistent with government by the uneducated classes-- yet, doubt as to possibility of socialism. Racial health, health propaganda (R Hutchinson etc). Eugenics. The study of rare diseases and syndromes (Garrod, FPW). Human ecology, social medicine, etc



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