Retrospective Audio on the “Doctors’ Riot” of 1788

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History of Grave Robbers

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In the late 1700s, medical colleges needed cadavers for educational dissection, but there were no legal means for obtaining them.

This led to some unorthodox dealings in the acquiring of bodies, and brought New York to a fever pitch in 1788.

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ME-P Editor at the Grave of EA Poe, in Baltimore, MD

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Audio Link: http://t.co/DbcgppVEYG

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  1. How to write like a 17th century doctor

    From colleague Joshua Schwimmer MD:
    http://t.co/hwQb5MqAm4
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    Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA

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  2. On Cadavers

    Bodies Given to N.Y.U. Ended Up in Mass Graves, Despite Donors’ Wishes.

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/bodies-given-to-nyu-ended-up-in-mass-graves-despite-donors%e2%80%99-wishes/ar-BBty8OH?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=U348DHP

    Dr. David Marcinko MBA

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