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Source text (please read only from this text!): https://archive.org/details/onfaminefeveran00vircgoogRudolf Virchow (1821-1902), professor of medicine and pathology at the Charité Hospital in Berlin, published more than 2000 papers and dozens of books. His investigation of the 1847-1848 typhus epidemic in Upper Silesia laid the foundations of public health in Germany. Duriing the Revolution of 1848, Virchow helped found a journal promoting medicine as a social science. For physicians, his contributions to the understanding of the pathophysiology of disease and to the working vocabulary of medicine were fundamental, but Virchow also believed that social injustice and political oppression lay at the heart of many illnesses and that "the physician is the natural attorney of the poor." (Summary by Pamela Nagami, M.D.)
Target completion date: 2021-05-01
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Genres for the project: *Non-fiction/History/Modern (19th C); *Non-fiction/Medical
Keywords that describe the book: famine, public health, Rudolf Virchow, Charite Hospital, typhus, Silesia, East-Prussia
LibriVox recording settings: mono (1 channel), 44100 Hz sample rate, 128 kbps constant bit rate MP3. See the Tech Specs
Intro to recording:
Leave 0.5 to 1 second of silence at the beginning.
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For the second and subsequent sections, you may use the shortened intro if you wish:"Section (or Chapter) # of On Famine Fever and Some of the Other Cognate Forms of Typhus. This is a LibriVox recording. All LibriVox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer, please visit librivox.org." [Optional: "Read by your name."] "On Famine Fever and Some of the Other Cognate Forms of Typhus, by Rudolf Virchow. Section Title."
End of recording:"Section (or Chapter) # of On Famine Fever by Rudolf Virchow. This LibriVox recording is in the public domain." [Optional: "Read by your name."] "Section Title."
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Leave 5 seconds of silence at the end."End of On Famine Fever and Some of the Other Cognate Forms of Typhus, by Rudolf Virchow."
Filename: onfaminefever_##_virchow_128kb.mp3 where ## is the section number. (e.g. onfaminefever_01_virchow_128kb.mp3)
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