Dr. Allon Reddoch: the CMA's new president is a Yukon enthusiast

Hoey, John; Sibbald, Barbara
October 1998
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;10/06/98, Vol. 159 Issue 7, p839
Academic Journal
Features Dr. Allon Reddoch, the Canadian Medical Association's new president in fall 1998. Reddoch being a self-confessed Yukon enthusiast despite his being a native of Liverpool, England; How he arrived in Canada; His general practice of medicine; Background of his life with wife, Mary; His most influential teacher; The spelling of his name.


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