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April 10, 1920


JAMA. 1920;74(15):1035-1036. doi:10.1001/jama.1920.02620150043022

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March 20, 1920.

Memorial to Osler  A meeting has been held at Oxford to consider what steps should be taken to perpetuate the memory of Sir William Osler. It was attended by many leading members of the university and of the medical profession. The vice chancellor, who presided, said that the meeting was held to show the respect and affection felt for the late regius professor of medicine not only by the University of Oxford but also by other universities on more than one continent and by the London hospitals. Osler's name would always be associated not merely with the history of the chair of medicine at Oxford but with its actual existence as well by reason of the generous benefaction, of which he was the first to hear from Osler's lips. Sir Clifford Allbutt, regius professor of physic in the University of Cambridge and president of the British Medical

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