John Henry Abegg, 64, Red Cross official, 4 December 1920.
Albert Abrams, 60, president of American Society for Psycho-Physical Research, 13 January 1924.
Jasper W. Babcock, 66, pellagra expert, 3 March 1922.
Robert Bell, 80, cancer expert, 20 January 1926.
Edward Hickling Bradford, 75, former dean of the Harvard Medical School, 7 May 1926.
Nathaniel E. Brill, 65, president of Medical Board of Mount Sinai Hospital and discoverer of Brill's Disease, 13 December 1926.
WiEem Einthoven, 67, heart expert and Nobel Prize winner (1924), 29 September 1928.
Joseph Goldberger, 54, who postulated dietary etiology of pellagra, 17 January 1929.
William Crawford Gorgas, 65, who helped eradicate yellow fever in Cuba and Panama Canal Zone, 3 July 1920.
Frederick Robin Green, 59, former editor of Health Magazine and...
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