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Religious Myths and their Historical Heritage: How did Saints Cosmas and Damian become Patron Saints of Surgery? - From the Miracle of the Black Legs to 21st Century Transplant Medicine - 
Jong Seok SOH
Korean J Med Hist. 2020;29(1):165-214.   Published online 2020 April 30    DOI: https://doi.org/10.13081/kjmh.2020.29.165

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Religious Myths and their Historical Heritage: How did Saints Cosmas and Damian become Patron Saints of Surgery? - From the Miracle of the Black Legs to 21st Century Transplant Medicine -
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