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Correspondence on the progress of PCR testing at Albertville Winter Olympic Games, May

Date
7 May 1992-19 May 1992
Reference
UGC 188/8/17
Part of
Papers of Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith, geneticist, Professor of Medical Genetics, University of Glasgow, Scotland
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Description

Includes letters from those involved in testing, including Andre Boue, Dr Bernard Dingeon, the doctor in charge of the testing project, and Dr Patrick Schamasch, the Medical Chief Officer of the 1992 Albertville Games. Also includes copy of a report on gender verification at the XVI Olympic Winter Games in Albertville by Dr Bernard Dingeon and a tape (possibly of a recording by Dr Dingeon sent to Ferguson-Smith as he "understands the French language").

Publication/Creation

7 May 1992-19 May 1992

Physical description

1 small cassette tape, 17 pages

Location of duplicates

The audio cassette has not been digitised.

Terms of use

Open and available at Glasgow University Archive Services.

Languages

  • French

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