Nineteenth Century research at Addenbrooke’s

Sir George Murray Humphry was one of the giants of Cambridge medicine in the nineteenth century and surgeon at Addenbrooke’s Hospital for 52 years.  He was elected surgeon in 1842 and he immediately began to use the hospital with the deliberate design of making a school of Medicine in Cambridge.  Although the hospital was small …

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