This character is a cancer physician, researcher and author. He currently works as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Columbia University and also serves as staff physician at Columbia University Medical Center.
This person is considered to be the father of pediatric pathology.
In 1845, this person, a Scottish physician, had described the case of a 28-year-old slate layer who complained of a mysterious swelling in his spleen.
This character was a German researcher. He referred to what is now known as leukemia as "weisses Blut" or white blood.
This person was a hematologist and graduate from the London School of Medicine for Women. She became fascinated with pernicious anemia.
This character was a medical researcher who worked closely with many students from Harvard University Medical School, including Sidney Farber.
This person was a researcher...
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