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Medical pioneer Celebrating a Nobel prize-winning Swiss surgeon

Theodor Kocher, who died 100 years ago, was the first Swiss to win a Nobel Prize in medicine and was the founder of modern surgery. He was internationally famous, thanks to his research into the thyroid gland. (SRF/ 


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