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The murky beginnings of the moist wound healing movement

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The murky beginnings of the moist wound healing movement

Edward White
27 September 2020

The previous instalment of From the Archives, published in June, caught what we had hoped would be the downward trend of the coronavirus outbreak, as global containment measures worked to prevent an inexorable rise in cases. Unfortunately, we are still in the midst of the pandemic However, with sufficient column inches dedicated to COVID-19 to encircle the globe, we will turn our attention to two individuals from the recent vaults of wound care history. One carried out seemingly forgotten work which laid the path for a wound healing revolution, while the other followed shortly after with a publication output that may consistute a world record.

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