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Mirza Ali was a Persian physician who lived in the seventeenth century.
Nothing is known about Mirza Ali other than what can be gleaned from the unique copy of his therapeutic treatise that is preserved in the National Library of Medicine collections.
His therapeutic manual is in Arabic, and according to a statement in it, was completed in the year 1659-60 CE.
Where it was composed is not known. His name suggests that he was Persian, but the copy of the treatise that is preserved was made in India.
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