Definition of Daily Prayer of a Physician

Daily Prayer of a Physician: A prayer that is said to have been written by the twelfth-century physician'
philosopher Moses Maimonides, but possibly penned by German physician Marcus Herz. This prayer is often recited by new medical graduates.


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