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Chabner, Bruce / [10/23/1992] Title: Bruce Chabner deposition, Burroughs Welcome v. Barr Labs 10/23/1992
Abstract: UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Chabner was Director of the Division of Cancer Treatment at NCI. Suit regards who first discovered the drug azidothymidine (AZT), proprietary rights.
Chalmers, Thomas C. (Thomas Clark), 1917- / [1927-1995] Title: Thomas C. Chalmers Papers 1927-1995
Abstract: Thomas C. Chalmers, MD, clinician- scientist- teacher- administrator- entrepreneur, played a pivotal role in the scientific development of the randomized control trial and clinical trial meta-analysis. Research files, teaching materials, correspondence, publications, conference packets and notes, audiovisuals, and personal material document his life and medical career.
Chanock, Robert M. / [1933-2008 (bulk 1950-2008)] Title: Robert M. Chanock Papers 1933-2008 (bulk 1950-2008)
Abstract: Correspondence, research reports and data, reprints, lectures, and conference notes document Dr. Robert M. Chanock's career studying and developing therapies for respiratory viruses that are particularly common in children, notably human respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) and the para-influenza viruses.
Charcot, J. M. (Jean Martin), 1825-1893 / [1870-1892] Title: J.M. Charcot Correspondence and Draft 1870-1892
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Chereau, Achille, 1817-1885 / [1832-1884] Title: Achille Chereau Collection 1832-1884
Abstract: Notes and poetry by Chereau relating to medicine and the history of medicine.
Chervin, Nicolas, 1783-1843. / [1816-1836] Title: Nicolas Chervin Papers 1816-1836
Abstract: Reports gathered by Nicolas Chervin on experiences with yellow fever in Caribbean and eastern United States ports.
Churchill, Frank Spooner, 1864-1946 / [1916-1944] Title: Frank S. Churchill Papers 1916-1944
Abstract: Frank Spooner Churchill, M.D., was born in Milton, Massachusetts on 26 August 1864, and died in Boston on 27 February 1946. The most active years of his medical career were spent in Chicago, where he carried on an extensive private practice, but he also worked actively on the improvement of health conditions for all children, and in particular on the relationship between pediatrics and education.