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The world in a bowl of urine

Abstract : Comeille Jest was the first researcher I met, when as a young physician posted in Nepal and completely outside the field of Tibelology. I began to be interested in Tibetan medicine. It is in g reat part due to his support and encouragement. as well as those of David Snell-grove and Gene Smith, that I persevered in a domain of research which was to take up more and more of my time, drawing me inexorably away from medical practice. Over the years. Corneille became first a friend whose constant dedication was never lacking, and later a colleague under whose dircclion I had the privilege of starting my professional career as a researcher.
Keywords : Corneille Jest
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Fernand Meyer. The world in a bowl of urine. European bulletin of Himalayan research, University of Cambridge ; Südasien-Institut (Heidelberg, Allemagne)., 1999, A special double issue on photography dedicated to Corneille Jest, pp.34-35. ⟨halshs-01694777⟩

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