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1567 – Born in London on the 12th of February.   1586 – Entered Gray’s Inn to study law.   1595 – He left without having been called to the bar.   1605 – On 10th of February, he received his medical degree from the University of Caen.   1613 – Wrote The Songs of ..

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US physician, birth control activist, and sexual education advocate   1904 – Mary Steichen Calderone was born in Paris.   Calderone attended the Brearley School in New York City for her secondary education.   1925 – Graduated at Vassar College, with an A.B. in Chemistry.   1939 – Obtained her M.D. degree from the University ..

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1899 – Burnet was born in Traralgon, Victoria on the 3rd of September. 1909 – He was the second of seven children and from childhood was known as "Mac". The Burnets moved to Terang. 1910 – Burnet was interested in the wildlife around the nearby lake; he joined the Scouts and enjoyed all outdoor activates. ..

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1906 – Burney was born on the 31st of December in Burney, Indiana. 1924-1926 – He began premedical coursework at Butler University. 1928-1930 – He completed both undergraduate and medical training at Indiana University. 1932 – Burney applied for and was accepted into the PHS Regular Corps as an Assistant Surgeon. 1934 – Burney came ..

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1950 – Born on December 23rd in Rochester, Minnesota. American physician and politician.          – A respected physician of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Lewisville, Dr. Burgess delivered more than 3000 babies in North Texas before heading to Congress. 1972-1976 – He received his B.S. and M.S. degree from North Texas State University, Denton, Texas. ..

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1811 – William Budd was born into a strongly medical family. English country doctor whose observations on typhoid fever had far-reaching consequences. 1838 – Budd proceeded to Edinburgh, where he gained an MD and Gold Medal for a study on acute rheumatism. 1839 – Budd unsuccessfully submitted an essay that included this information to a ..

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         – Dr. Bruenn was a renowned physician and author of many important articles on internal medicine and cardiology. 1929 – The Columbia College graduate earned his medical degree from Johns Hopkins and interned at Boston City Hospital.          – He specialized in cardiology during a residency at CPMC.          – He ..

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1488 – Believed to be born near Mainz. 1519 – In Straßburg he got in contact with a learned lawyer Nikolaus Gerbel. 1521 – Brunfels became a minister at Steinau an der Straße and later, in Neuenburg am Rhein. 1527 – Brunfels’es Catalogi virorum illustrium is considered to be the first book on the history ..

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1844 – Born on March 14th in Roxburgh in southeastern Scotland. Scottish physician and physiologist who played a major role in establishing pharmacology as a rigorous science. 1866 – Graduated from  the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, with a Bachelor of Medicine (M.B.). 1867 – He graduated from University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Midlothian, with ..

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1789 – Richard Bright was a Bristol-born physician on September 28th, who through his study of morbid anatomy proved the link between dropsy, a watery-swelling, and kidney disease, which became known as Morbus Brightii, or “Bright’s Disease”, one of the most important medical discoveries of the first half of the nineteenth century. 1808 – He ..

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