Person    | Male  Born 1821  Died 1889

Dr. Joseph Rogers

Categories: Medicine

Health care reformer. The picture source, an article on Rogers in the British Medical Journal, 16/12/1989, was kindly brought to my attention by one of its authors, Ruth Richardson.

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Dr. Joseph Rogers

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Dr. Joseph Rogers

English Heritage Dr. Joseph Rogers, 1821 - 1889, health care reformer, lived...

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