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Memories of Paul Terasaki

from By Josh Miller

1. My Enlightenment. It was the fall of 1969. I had just joined 2 other surgeons at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center in helping to create the US Army Renal Transplant Program after a rather humorous 6 weeks of 'basic (doctor’s) training' at Fort Sam Houston in Texas. I had spent the year before as a young Assistant Professor of Surgery at Stanford University Medical Center doing renal transplantation, making use of the expertise of Rosie Payne, a pioneer in the active Stanford group, who had begun to develop a system of histocompatibility typing with reagents based on (more technically demanding) leukoagglutination serology. more


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