A meeting of the club is held twice a year, at which various papers, from research ideas through to completed, published studies are presented.
BJGP tells that this nationwide club was founded by John Fry.
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G.P. Research Club
Dr. John Fry, 1922 - 1944, devoted family doctor and world renowned researche...
Area in the roof of St Thomas Apostle Church where the apothecaries of St Thomas's hospital stored and cured herbs for medicinal purposes. It is open to the public on most days from 10.30 am to 5 pm.
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Opened first in 1745 on Windmill Street and moved to Mortimer Street, Fitzrovia in 1757 where new wings were added over time. Between June 1928 and May 1935 it was completely rebuilt on the same si...
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