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Chambers, Helen (1879–1935), pathologist and cancer research worker, was born on 18 July 1879 in Bombay, India, the only daughter of Frederick Chambers, of the Indian Civil Service. Her family returned to Britain and she was educated at the Jersey Ladies' College, and later at ...

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Florey, Howard Walter, Baron Florey (1898–1968), experimental pathologist and bacteriologist, was born in Adelaide, Australia, on 24 September 1898, the youngest child and only son of Joseph Florey (d. 1918), an Oxfordshire shoemaker who had emigrated in 1885, and his second wife, ...

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Haddow, Sir Alexander (1907–1976), experimental pathologist in cancer research, was born on 18 January 1907, at Leven, Fife, Scotland, the elder son of William Haddow (1864–1928), miner, later a landlord of a hostelry, and his wife, Margaret Docherty (1870–1922), the daughter of a hawker and coachman. The family lived in ...

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Kennaway, Sir Ernest Laurence (1881–1958), pathologist, was born at 16 Velwell Villas, Exeter, on 23 May 1881, the youngest of five children of Laurence James Kennaway, a colonial farmer, and his wife, Mary Louisa Galton. His grandfather, who was twice mayor of Exeter...

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Sanderson, Sir John Scott Burdon, baronet (1828–1905), pathologist and physiologist, was born at Jesmond, near Newcastle upon Tyne, on 21 December 1828, the second son and fourth child of Richard Burdon Sanderson (1791–1865), at one time fellow of Oriel College, Oxford; originally surnamed ...