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William Budd, M.D., EDIN., F.R.S., the Bristol physician and epidemiologist
Edward Wilberforce Goodall
|LC Classifications||R489 B88 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
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William Budd (14 September – 9 January ) was an English physician and epidemiologist known for recognizing that infectious diseases were mater: University of Edinburgh.
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Budd, William ( Tawton, Devon, England, 14 September ; on, Somerset, England, 9 January ) medicine, epidemiology. Budd, a pioneer epidemiologist and a precursor of the Pasteurian germ theory of disease, was born in a small town near the northern edge of Dartmoor.
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