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DAVIS, William Bramwell, physician, born in Cincinnati, 22 July 1832. His parents immigrated to the United States from Wales. He was graduated at Wesleyan University in 1852, and in 1855 at Miami medical College, where since 1873 he has been professor of therapeutics. During the civil war he was surgeon of the 137th regiment of Ohio volunteers, and surgeon at the West End military hospital in Cincinnati. He has been identified with many of the public offices of that City, as well as the medical and educational associations. In 1872 he traveled in Europe. Some of his principal publications are " Report on Vaccination " (Ohio state medical society, 1870); "Consumption and Life Insurance" (1875); " Revaccination" (Cincinnati medical society, 1875); " Vaccino Syphilis and Animal Vaccine" (1876); "Intestinal Obstruction " (1880); "Progress of Therapeutics" (1881); and " The Alcohol Question " (1886).
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