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James Scott, Australian medical student lost in the Himalayas for forty-three days without food, drinking from a snowball to rehydrate in the afternoon sun. Drawing by M. H. Boscott, 1993.
- Boscott, Martin Howard, active 1979-
- Part of
- James Scott Himalayan Survivor Noesis Series
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1 drawing : pen and ink ; sheet 43 x 62 cm.
J. Scott and J. Robertson, Lost in the Himalayas, Edinburgh 1994; M.D. Zimmerman et al., 'On being a patient: survival', Annals of internal medicine, 1997, 127: 405-409; B. Hilless, 'A vision of human survival', AMAQ news (Journal of the Queensland Branch of the Australian Medical Association), December 1998, pp. 20-24
Wellcome Library no. 485564i
Copyright the artist, 1993; license to reproduce the work granted to the Wellcome Trust, 2000
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