Alan King had one burning ambition, to be a surgeon. He financed his studies in Edinburgh by working as a Flying Doctor in Wyndham. While incarcerated in German POW camps during World War 2 he learned how to treat tuberculosis and this became his most important contribution to Australian medicine.
188 pages : illustrations (some colour), portraits (some colour), facsimiles ; 24 cm #090322 First Edition FINE
King, Alan Joseph, Dr., 1911-2011. | Perth Chest Clinic. | Physicians — Western Australia — Biography. | Surgeons — Western Australia — Biography. | Tuberculosis — Western Australia — Perth. | Physicians — Australia — Biography. | Surgeons — Australia — Biography. | Tuberculosis — Australia. | Australian
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