Canadian Medical Association

North York, Ont.; Semmelweis University (Hungary), 1953; internal medicine, endocrinology. Died July 4, 2018, aged 89. Survived by his wife, Dr. Anne Kenshole, and 2 children. “Born in Budapest, he arrived in Toronto as a refugee in 1957. He had $5 from the Canadian government in his pocket, and an offer from Dr. Charles Best to work in his research lab. After obtaining his FRCPC, he joined the team at the world’s first coronary care unit at the Toronto General Hospital, and later specialized in endocrinology.”