Did you know that the first dialysis in Britain outside of London was performed in Leeds? Or that the inventions of the clinical thermometer and other pioneering medical and surgical advances have their origins here?
The School of Medicine developed on four sites (East Parade, Park Street, Thoresby Place and University campus), closely associated with the development of the LGI and St. James’ University Hospital.
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