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The Prevention of Medical Advancement During the 18th Century by the Church

This essay explains the role of the church in preventing scientific advancement in the 18th century, specifically medical advancement. With prohibitions on autopsies and dissection of bodies (which were viewed as sacred), it was difficult for scientists to get more information about the human body. The author argues that this stonewalling inhibited scientific advancement and led to increased death due to preventable causes.
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