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"Posthumous Honors to Villemin". Medical Record. 43 (5): 149. February 4, 1893. Retrieved 2 June 2012. Biography of Jean-Antoine ... Villemin was born in the department of Vosges, and studied medicine at the military medical school at Strasbourg, qualifying as ...
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