A cream that is thought to help cure eye cancers can be traced back to the 15th century.
The ancient Greek physician Hippocrates prescribed a treatment for eye cancer in the sixth century BC.
A few years later, he was discovered by Greek physicians Hippocrates and Hippocrates, who used the treatment in treating eye diseases in the 19th century, the Guardian reported.
According to the article, the treatment was used for the treatment of ulcerative colitis, which is a chronic inflammatory disease.
The treatment was also used for Crohn’s disease, which affects the lining of the digestive tract.
According the article:Hippocrates prescribed it for those who were suffering from eye diseases including ulceration of the eye and inflammation of the eyeball.
“He recommended to the Greeks the use of this treatment, as it was very useful for the prevention of ulcers of the eyes,” said Dr. Anil Kumar, a consultant physician at the Kishore Memorial Hospital.
“The Hippocratic method has been followed for thousands of years.
The ancient Greeks also had a history of using it for eye diseases.”
Kumar added that it was a good practice to give a medicine that has already been used to treat other diseases to those who are already suffering from those diseases.
“It is like giving a medicine to a blind person, and he is able to see and function normally,” he said.