But in 1890, Dr. Alfred Blodgett had a patient with pneumonia whom he deemed “irrevocably doomed.

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But in 1890, Dr. Alfred Blodgett had a patient with pneumonia whom he deemed “irrevocably doomed.”

Yet, when he hooked her up to an oxygen canister, the woman stabilized and her breathing became regular

 But in 1890, Dr. Alfred Blodgett had a patient with pneumonia whom he deemed “irrevocably doomed.

Source: Bloomberg Markets

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