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1860 – Born on January 3rd in New York City. American physician and diagnostician of "Brill’s Disease". 1879 – He was an intern at the Bellevue Hospital. 1880 – Brill attended the New York University College, receiving his medical doctorate. 1882 – He was appointed physician at the Mount Sinai Hospital, becoming professor at the ..

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1778 – He was born on the 3rd of April at Saint-Georges-sur-Cher, in the Loir-et-Cher département. 1803-1807 – He was the mayor of Chenonceaux. 1815 – He spent 15 years at Chenonceaux gaining experience, wrote his thesis in medicine and then became medical director at the hospital in Tours; which currently bears his name. 1825-1826 ..

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1879 – He was born on the 1st of August in Panama City. 1936 – He became vice-president of Panama. 1939-1940 – He was the acting President of Panama from December 18th to October 1st.          – He belonged to the National Revolutionary Party (PNR). 1957 – He died on the 17th of June. ..

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1676 – Born on March 9th in Brookline, Massachusetts. American physician who introduced smallpox inoculation into the American colonies.          – He received medical instruction from his father, but never obtained a medical degree. 1705 – He married Jerusha Minot in January and they had eight children. 1710 – He was the first American ..

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1754 – Born on July 11th in Ashley, near Bath, Somerset, England. English doctor of medicine, philanthropist, and man of letters, known for his Family Shakspeare. 1807 – The Family Shakespeare first appeared as a four-volume edition.          – Bowdler is known for The Family Shakespeare, an expurgated* edition of the Bard’s works.     ..

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1712 – Thomas Bond was born in Calvert County, Maryland, on the 2nd of May, the son of Richard Bond and Elizabeth Chew.   1738 – He began his medical training in Annapolis and traveled to Paris and England.   1739 – He returned to Philadelphia.   1741 – Became Port Inspector for Contagious Diseases ..

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1868 – Born in Richmond County, North Carolina on 30th of May and raised in Marion, South Carolina. US physician and sanitation reform. 1889-1890 – He attended the University of Virginia. 1892 – Earned his M.D. from the University of Maryland. 1893 – Blue applied for entrance into the MHS Regular Corps and was commissioned ..

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1776 – George Birkbeck was born on January 10th to a Quaker family in Settle, North Yorkshire. British physician who pioneered classes for workingmen and was the first president of Birkbeck College. 1796 – When John Anderson, professor of physics at the University of Glasgow died, he left most of his money to provide an ..

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1821 – She was born on the 3rd day of February this year in Bristol, England.   1832 – The family immigrated to the United States, and set up a refinery in New York City. After the death of her father, she took up a career in teaching. Desiring to apply herself to the practice ..

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1787 – Born on the 27th of February in Sudbury, Massachusetts. American Physician. 1806 – Received his B.A. at Harvard University. 1810 – A graduate of medicine at University of Pennsylvania. 1814 – He was the author of the book Flora Bostoniensis. 1815-1855 – Served as Professor at Materia Medica, Harvard Medical School. 1816-1827 – ..

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