A very useful doctor

Janet Fricker

Ferdy Lejeune went into medicine to be ‘useful’, and he did well. Thousands of amputations have been avoided thanks to a technique he pioneered. His focus on tumour blood vessels and immunology helped pave the way for some of the most exciting areas of cancer research today. For Lejeune, however, ‘useful’ is as much a matter of finding out what doesn’t work as what does.

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