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Oscar Auerbach

Oscar Auerbach About Pathologist who was the first to discover that smoking cigarettes is linked to cancer. He was the first to take the evidence against smoking beyond statistical studies. Other Informations He received his MD from New York Medical college in 1929. He conducted research in smoking that appears in the 1964 Surgeon General’s …


James Ewing

James Ewing About Pathologist who is credited with discovering a type of bone tumor which is now known as Ewing’s sarcoma. He was also the first Professor of pathology at Cornell University. Other Informations He attended Amherst College and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York. Although he discovered a cancer of the …


Albert Coons

Albert Coons About American physician, pathologist, and immunologist who most notably developed ways to identify and label antibodies during the 1940’s. He became a member of the National Academy of Sciences in 1962. Other Informations He attended Williams College before graduating from Harvard medical school in 1937. He participated in the southwest Pacific Theater during …