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Stewart, Harold L. (Harold Leroy), 1899-1998


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Harold Leroy Stewart Papers

Identifier: MS C 228

Dr. Harold Stewart became Chief of the Laboratory of Pathology, National Cancer Institute, in 1939, and was appointed chief of the Pathological Anatomy Department, National Institutes of Health, in 1954. He retired from NIH in 1969. Along with his longtime colleague Dr. Thelma Dunn, pioneered methods to induce cancer of the stomach and intestines in experimental animals.

Dates: 1908-1998

Mearl F. Stanton Papers

Identifier: MS C 432

Stanton's early work at the National Cancer Institute was on chemically-induced carcinogenesis, after which he shifted to viral oncology. His last years were spent working on fiber carcinogenesis, and in particular on the carcinogenic effect of asbestos.

Dates: 1931-1980

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Asbestos--adverse effects 1
Carcinogens 1
Mineral Fibers--adverse effects 1