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Travelling Fellowships in Tuberculosis



    THE Medical Research Council has awarded Dorothy Temple Cross research fellowships to the following, who intend to study problems of tuberculosis at centres abroad, during the academic year 1937–38: Dr. B. C. Thompson, formerly assistant tuberculosis officer, Durham County Council (renewal of present fellowship for three months) ; R. H. R. Belsey, resident surgical officer, Hospital for Consumption and Diseases of the Chest, Brompton, London ; Dr. B. M. Maxwell, senior assistant medical officer, Cheshire Joint Sanatorium, Market Drayton ; O. S. Tubbs, chief assistant to a Surgical Unit, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London ; Dr. Enid M. Williams, assistant lecturer in tuberculosis, Welsh National School of Medicine, Cardiff.

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