Warren Henry Cole

Warren Henry Cole

Warren Henry Cole was a surgeon who along with Evarts Ambrose Graham co-developed the process of visualizing the gall bladder with X-rays by using contrast media, a process used in the diagnosis of gall bladder disease, in 1924. Born in Clay Center, Kansas in 1898 Cole received his M.D. from Washington University School of Medicine, and served on the faculty for several years. Cole left Washington University in 1936 to serve as a professor at University of Illinois Chicago a position he held for 30 years. He served as president of the American Cancer Society from 1959-1960. He was a pioneer in the field of adjunctive treatments for surgical cancer patients.

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