Rudolf Virchow was born on 13th October 1821 in Prussia and died on 5th September 1902 in Berlin, Germany.
He studied chemistry and medicine, on a scholarship at the Prussian Military Academy in Berlin. He is called as the 'Father of modern Pathology' having contributed immensely to the field of Pathology.
Unlike most of his German peers, Virchow believed in the principles of clinical observation, animal testing and pathological anatomy at the microscopic level; in investigation in medical science.
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