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    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    Clare Dyer
    Parents of child with rare genetic disorder lose life support appeal
    The parents of a baby with a rare genetic disorder have lost their appeal against a High Court ruling that it would be against the child’s best interests to go to the US for experimental...


    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    Deborah Joseph
    Simon Albert Philip Jenkins
    bmj;357/may26_9/j2568/FAF1faSimon Albert Philip Jenkins was born in Ellesmere, Shropshire. He qualified from Birmingham University in 1960 with distinction in social medicine. His preregistration...


    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    Catherine Clout
    Ivan Reginald Clout
    bmj;357/may26_8/j2560/FAF1faIvan Reginald Clout initially studied chemistry at Cambridge, but with the outbreak of the second world war he applied for and received a scholarship to study medicine,...


    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    Ellen Tullo
    Andrew Brent Tullo
    bmj;357/may26_7/j2566/FAF1faAndrew Brent Tullo chose ophthalmology as his specialty, received his MD on herpetic corneal disease, and was soon acknowledged as a national and international expert in...


    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    John Walter Bennett
    John Walter Bennett
    John Walter Bennett was the son of an Anglican priest, and the only man in the family not in Holy Orders. During the war he was at preparatory school and then went to Denstone College, Staffordshire....


    Date de mise en ligne : Vendredi 26 mai 2017
    Nick Trounce
    David Quartermaine Trounce
    bmj;357/may26_5/j2559/FAF1faAfter qualifying David Quartermaine Trounce served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in Burma with the West Africa Brigade. After the war he worked at Great Ormond Street...