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Sequard was a moralist inspired by Egyptian medicine such as the use of bodily fluids like sperm or breastmilk in cures. He managed to find a way to reverse engineer their medicine and qualify it without violating religious moral veiws. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Eloo64 (talk • contribs) 22:35, 25 December 2011 (UTC) The morality of using dog testorone would amuse a Latin speaker being that Penis and tail are the same word like God and Penis in Greek. Circumcision of egyptian orgin (ancient egytian medicine) practiced by priests of medicine probably require celabacy. Variation from strict medical laws of the pharohs caried the penalty of death.
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