Richard Asher – British Haematologist and Medical writer

Richard Asher was an eminent British endocrinologist and haematologist, working in the first half of the 20th Century in London. He was responsible for the mental observation ward and described and named the Munchausen syndrome in a 1951 article in The Lancet. He was the father of Jane Asher, who was briefly the girlfriend of Paul…

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Richard Asher – British Haematologist and Medical writer

Richard Asher – British Haematologist and Medical writer.

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Soon to be uploaded

Coming soon a Video Interview with Dr Jose Luis Perez, the Head of the Microbiology Department at Son Espases Hospital, and a post by me about Dr Richard Asher a doctor practising in London in the first half of the 20th century and an excellent writer of medical matters. But in the meantime answer this…

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New Year – time for action

Happy New year to you all. The festivities have come and gone, we may be a little fatter than before or we may not, this all depends on how restrained you are when you are offered another glass of cava or another helping of turkey. This year does not augur that well; all the pundits…

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An “End of the World” interview with Dr Joan Mila, Immunologist at Son Espases Hospital- Part 2

An “End of the World” interview with Dr Joan Mila, Immunologist at Son Espases Hospital- Part 2.

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