Person    | Male  Born 16/6/1922  Died 28/4/1994

Doctor John Fry

Categories: Medicine

Countries: Poland

General practitioner and medical author. Born Jack Freitag in Lublin, Poland, he emigrated to Britain with his family in 1925. He trained at Guy's Hospital, and in 1947, single-handedly took over a general practice in Beckenham, Kent, where he remained throughout his professional life. He wrote several influential books including 'The Catarrhal Child' and 'Common Diseases'. Died in Farnborough, Kent.

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Doctor John Fry - Beckenham

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Doctor John Fry - Guy's Hospital

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