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RUN, Edward Reynolds, physician, born in Albany, New York, 17 April, 1842; died in Stamford, Connecticut, 14 March, 1880. He was graduated at Harvard in 1863, studied in Albany medical college, received his diploma from the medical department of Columbia in 1866. Subsequently he studied in Paris and London, and settled in practice in Albany. Dr. Hun was a member of numerous medical societies, physician to several hospitals, and special pathologist to the New York state lunatic asylum at Utica. He translated C. Bouchard's "Secondary Degenerations of the Spinal Cord" (Utica, 1869), and contributed numerous articles to medical journals, which include "Trichina Spirails" (1869); "Pulse of the Insane" (1870); and "Haematoma Auris" (1870).
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