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The Huxley Lecture–Recent Advances in Science, and their Bearing on Medicine and Surgery1

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II. NOW let me turn to another theme suggested by what has happened in science and in the profession since the days of Huxley's studentship, and that is the complexity of the bearings of any one discovery, of any one advance, as well on science itself as on the applications of science.

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