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More blessed to give than to receive 138 In a comment on his aid during the typhoid fever epidemic in thought his help would be of greater use. He only attends to the Sneek, De Argus, a Brussels weekly journal, wrote about Bosch poor and needy; he performs his duty of love with excellence; junior in 1826: indiscriminately refuses to use his skills on behalf of those who “Mr J. Bosch, doctor of medicine, surgery and obstetrics at are able to pay for medical care and desires not a single penny Maastricht, physician in chief of the Civilian Hospital, and in payment of his work. – This noble man did not read in vain Lector of surgery and obstetrics, who is equally esteemed the teachings of the greatest friend of man, It is more blessed to and loved both as a doctor and as a human being, decided to give than to receive!” | K.B., Brussels, Belgium leave his wife and child, friends and work, to offer help to his fellow human beings in their misery and need. – He arrived in Groningen completely unknown, and went to Sneek, where he


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