Get up close and personal with objects from Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, and fuel your students’ curiosity about science, medicine and faith.
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This jar was made and used between 1830 and 1870. It was used to store leeches – a kind of worm that survives by sucking blood from other animals.
This wooden statue was made around 1900 on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, near India. It was known as a kareau or scare devil.
These baby-weighing scales, made around 1900, were used by health visitors.
This is a wooden acupuncture model made in Japan in 1681.