- Author:John J. Dawson
- Publisher:Augsburg Fortress Pub (July 1, 1978)
- Pages:128 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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John Dawson arrived as a 10 pound baby in his mother's bed on March 7, 1929.
John Dawson arrived as a 10 pound baby in his mother's bed on March 7, 1929. His father, a solicitor-coroner, and his mother, a physical education teacher and national athlete, saw to my early education beginning at three years of age. I was away at a British "prep" school when Nazi bombs and bullets started to fall. At this point, father gathered my mother, I, and two sisters and shipped us to USA and Canada. I have been fortunate to have been published in medical journals, and involved in national guidelines, but this is the first book
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