John Guyett Scadding(1907-1999), Physician
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Scadding was largely responsible for launching respiratory medicine as a specialty in the United Kingdom. At the age of 27 he was a consultant at Hammersmith Hospital and four years later at the Brompton Hospital. He served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during the war, mainly in the Middle East. After the war he returned to the Brompton Hospital Medical School as Dean and Director of Studies, continuing as a clinical consultant at the Brompton and Hammersmith Hospitals. Scadding was the major influence for establishing the Institute of Diseases of the Chest in the Brompton Hospital Medical School as a world class centre for teaching and research.
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