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Barry Jackson

President of The Royal College of Surgeons of England in October 2000.

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Barry Jackson

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Bicentenary of the Royal College of Surgeons

This Oak tree (Quercus robur) was planted by Barry Jackson, President, The Ro...

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Josef Dallos

Josef Dallos

Hungarian-born British ophthalmologist, invented living eye impression technique, 1930. Moved to London with George Nissel in May 1937 and, in Cavendish Square, set up the first contact lens only p...

Person, Medicine, Hungary

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Lorne House

Lorne House

Early-mid 19th century pair of terraced houses, now Grade II Listed. From 1945 on this property has had a chequered career. Lome House was approved for the education and training of girls sent the...

Building, Medicine, Property

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Dr William H. Brotherton

Dr William H. Brotherton

Lived in and ran his medical practice from a house at 289, Cambridge Heath Road. BMJ 19 March 1864 reports: "APOTHECARIES' HALL. On March 10th, the following Licentiates were admitted:- Brotherton...

Person, Medicine

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