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  <title id="title">Tribute to Henry Norman Bethune</title>
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        <img id="image" src="" style=".image";"><figcaption id="img-caption">Henry Norman Bethune</figcaption>

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    <h1 style="color: blue;">Henry Norman Bethune</h1>

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      <h2 style="color: red;">Norman's Tribute to Medicine</h2>

      <p>One of the most highly regarded surgeons of Canada, Henry Norman Bethune's contribution in the field of Thoracic Surgery and as a social activist including his time at war on the battlefields in both Spain and China, is well-known throughout the world.</p>

      <h3>Norman's Timeline from his birth to achievements</h3>

      <li>Born March 3, 1890 in Gravenhurst, Canada</li>
      <li>Bethune's grandfather was a military surgeon and established Toronto's medical school, Upper
           Canada School of Medicine</li>
      <li>In 1909, entered the University of Toronto to study physiology and biochemistry</li>
      <li>In 1912, entered the medical school at the University of Toronto, but elected to enlist in the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps two years later due to WWI in 1914</li>
      <li>In 1926, diagnosed with tuberculosis, though he recovered after a therapy called artificially induced pneumothorax</li>
      <li>In 1928, Norman wanted to increase his knowledge of thoracic surgery so he took training</li>
      <li>Wrote 16 papers, became a councilor of the American Assoc. for Thoracic Surgery, and designed most of the thoracic surgical instruments</li>
      <li>In 1936, he proposed a universal health care system for Canada</li>
      <li>During the Spanish Civil War, he bought equipments to learn blood typing, storage and transfusion and built a mobile transfusion vehicle</li>
      <li>The concept of a mobile transfusion vehicle was greatly admired as it could cover miles of the battlefield to tend to the wounded</li>
      <li>In 1937 at the age of 48, he aided the chinese and trained the chinese medical specialists during the Sino-Japanese War and was quickly regarded a hero</li>
      <li>He opened up a makeshift hospital in a temple on Sept. 15, 1938, but it was destroyed by the japanese</li>
      <li>The hospital was relocated and named after Bethune, Bethune International Peace Hospital, in Shijiazhuang</li>
      <li>In 1939 of October, he cut his finger performing surgery</li>
      <li>He also operated on other patients without gloves since they were not available and also he preferred it that way</li>
      <li>An abcess in his finger developed and caused sepsis, Bethune refused to have his arm amputated, and died on Nov. 12, 1939</li>

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        <a id="tribute-link" href="" target="_blank">NCBI article on Henry Norman Bethune</a>


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