Fonds P012 - Oskar Cameron Grüner Fonds

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Oskar Cameron Grüner Fonds

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CA OSLER P012

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  • 1929-1957 (Creation)
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    Grüner, O. Cameron (Oskar Cameron), 1877-1972

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4,8 cm of textual records (1 file folder).

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(1877-1972)

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Oskar Cameron Grüner was born in Altrincham, England. He received his M.D. from London University in 1908. Between 1910 to 1914, he was Pathologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and Assistant Professor of Pathology at McGill University. During World War I, he became chief of the Tropical Diseases Section of East Leeds War Hospital. From 1932 until his retirement in 1945, he was in charge of the Archibald Cancer Research Fund and of the Cancer Department of St. Mary’s Hospital in Montreal. Besides his medical interests, Dr. Gruner was also an excellent linguist. He published several books and many articles on cancer. He died in Montreal in 1972.

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Old accession numbers 204 and 392

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Fonds consists of a manuscript translation by Dr. Gruner of volume II of the Canon of Medicine of Avicenna dated 1957 and vocabulary indexes of Arabic names of Materia Medica, Latin-English names, Latin-Arabic equivalents, native names and others. These vocabularies were done in 1929-1930. It also contains three volumes of Dr. Gruner's research on cancer. This work was done through the Archibald Cancer Research Fund, from 1932 to 1946. In volume III, a printed address "A Vagabond Cruise Round Cancer" (1950) is inserted in the cover.

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  • English

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The documents are mainly in English but contain Arabic, Latin, French, German and Persian words.

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Oskar Cameron Grüner was born in Altrincham, England. He received his M.D. from London University in 1908. Between 1910 to 1914, he was Pathologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and Assistant Professor of Pathology at McGill University. During World War I, he became chief of the Tropical Diseases Section of East Leeds War Hospital. From 1932 until his retirement in 1945, he was in charge of the Archibald Cancer Research Fund and of the Cancer Department of St. Mary's Hospital in Montreal. Besides his medical interests, Dr. Gruner was also an excellent linguist. He published several books and many articles on cancer. He died in Montreal in 1972.

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4531

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2

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P12

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