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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17624

Title: Fifty years of the Toronto Academy of Medicine
Authors: Linell, Eric A
Keywords: Medical society
Issue Date: 1957
Publisher: CMAJ
Citation: Linell EA. Fifty years of the Toronto Academy of Medicine. CMAJ 1957; 76: 437 - 9.
Abstract: DURING THE SECOND HALF of the 19th century medical education in Toronto was in a "rare and confused" state. During some of this time the town contained three independent and very antagonistic medical schools-Rolph's Toronto School of Medicine which later moved to Cobourg to join Victoria University as its medical faculty, the Toronto School of Medicine of Drs. Aikens and Wright, and the Upper Canada School of Medicine which joined the University of Trinity College. All these schools trained medical students for examinations, which were set by the University of Toronto.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/17624
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