Darwin's near-miss with medicine was science's gain

With science fans everywhere celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, it's interesting to note that things could have turned out differently. Darwin, the son and grandson of physicians, had once intended to be a doctor. Luckily, Darwin didn't have the stomach for medicine--a bloody enterprise in those days--and the rest is history. Article

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