Hippocrates Quote

The prime object of the physician in the whole art of medicine should be to cure that which is diseased; and if this can be accomplished in various ways, the least troublesome should be selected; for this is more becoming a good man, and one well skilled in the art, who does not covet popular coin of base alloy.


In: Great Books of the Western World (Volume 10), Hippocratic Writings

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The prime object of the physician in the whole art of medicine should be to cure that which is diseased; and if this can be accomplished in various...

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The prime object of the physician in the whole art of medicine should be to cure that which is diseased; and if this can be accomplished in various...

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The prime object of the physician in the whole art of medicine should be to cure that which is diseased; and if this can be accomplished in various...

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The prime object of the physician in the whole art of medicine should be to cure that which is diseased; and if this can be accomplished in various...