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Dr. Arthur Ransome, F.R.S

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THE death of Dr. Ransome at Bournemouth in his eighty ninth year recalls the memory of a Manchester physician who was a pioneer in the training of female health visitors, and in the investigation of tuberculosis and of the-cyclical waves of epidemic diseases. He died on July 25; and by a striking coincidence, at the first meeting earlier in the same day of Section I.—that of Preventive Medicine—of the Congress of the Royal Sanitary Institute then being held in Bournemouth, a message of appreciation of Dr. Ransome's past work had been authorised, which never reached him.

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Dr. Arthur Ransome, F.R.S. Nature 110, 256–257 (1922). https://doi.org/10.1038/110256a0

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