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1902 Wenzel Bernatzik, an Austrian pharmacologist, died (Teschen, January 24, 1821 – Vienna, December 7, 1902). Studied at the Josephinum in Vienna, worked as a field doctor in Hungary and Italy, excelled in fighting the typhus epidemic that broke out in the Austrian army after the siege of Komorn. Since 1851 professor of theoretical medicine at the Institute for field medical pupils in Vienna, 1854 professor for pathology and pharmacology at the Josephinum, 1864 member of the military medical committee and Military Drugs Inspector.

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