Canadian Medical Association

Lions Bay, BC; University of Toronto, 1971; neurology. Died from the effects of Parkinson’s disease May 12, 2021, aged 74. Survived by his wife Grace, 4 children and 8 grandchildren. “After medical school he qualified as a neurologist and was invited to do research in multiple sclerosis at the National Institutes of Health in Washington, DC. His time there was very rewarding, and he then did further work at the Montréal Neurological Institute. In 1980 he moved to BC, where he engaged in private practice for more than 40 years.”

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