|Author:||Edward H. Hume|
|Title:||Chinese Way in Medicine|
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|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Hyperion Pr (December 1, 1975)|
Introduction Ⅰ The Universe and Man in Chinese Medicine Ⅱ The Founders and Cluef Exemplars of Chinese Medicine Ⅲ Some Distinctive Contributions of Chinese Medicine References Index. In the second century . not long after the time of Chang Chung-ching， the Sage of Medicine， lived Hua To， everywhere honored as the God of Surgery. He was born about . 190， in the romantic period of the Three Kingdoms
Edward Hicks Hume (1876–1957) was a missionary doctor and educator best known for his work in China for the Yale-in-China Mission and his writings on Chinese medicine. After some twenty years of medical work, which included organizing the Hsiang-Ya Medical College, which still functions in Changsha today, Hume resigned over the issue of turning control over to Chinese during the anti-imperialist campaigns of 1925–1927. He died in Wallingford, Connecticut, February 8, 1957.
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Edward Hicks Hume," Isis 33, no. 2 (Ju. 1941): 277-278. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. The History of Medicine and the Scientific Revolution. Science and Orthodox Christianity: An Overview. Nicolaidis et al. Ten Problems in History and Philosophy of Science. Technophilic Hubris and Espionage Styles during the Cold War.
Edward H. Hume (1876–1957) devoted much of his long and vigorous life to working in China and elsewhere in the cause of health care and medical training. He graduated from Yale College in 1897, and received his medical degree four years later from Johns Hopkins University. From 1937 until his retirement, Dr. Hume directed the Christian Medical Council for Overseas Work in New York City, and wrote a number of books about his medical work in China, including The Chinese Way in Medicine (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1940) and Doctors East, Doctors West; an American Physician’s Life in China (New York,: Norton, 1946). The System of the Book of Changes and Chinese Science. Marius Jansen, Princeton University.
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Edward Hicks Hume (1876–1957) was a missionary doctor and educator best known for his work in China for the Yale-in-China Mission and his writings on Chinese medicine. After some twenty years of medical work, which included organizing the Hsiang-Ya Medical College, which still functions in Changsha today, Hume resigned over the issue of turning control over to Chinese during the anti-imperialist campaigns of 1925-1927. Hume, The Chinese Way in Medicine (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, 1940). Doctors East, Doctors West; an American Physician's Life in China (New York,: Norton, 1946). Doctors Courageous (New York: Harper, 1950). William Winston Pettus, Dauntless Adventurer: The Story of Dr. Winston Pettus (New Haven, CT: Yale in China Association, 1952).