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British Society of Gastroenterology

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Programme for the Golden Jubilee Meeting Opening Ceremony, 15 September 1987, where Avery Jones gave the opening speech and a special commemorative report from The Times newspaper on the first fifty years of the Society, including an interview with Avery Jones, 20 February 1987.



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The British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) was founded by Sir Arthur Hurst in 1937; it is a professional organisation of specialists in gastroenterology and exists for the promotion of academic and educational activities within the discipline. Avery Jones was President of the Society from 1965-1966 and maintained a strong connection with it throughout his lifetime.

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