And now for something completely different . . . Daniel Mojon, a Swiss professor of ophthalmology, started his “other” career as a cartoonist while attending (boring) medical school lectures. According to a preliminary page of his unique manual of medicine — which is really a cartoon book for daily clinical life — he was most probably infected with a very rare strain of Streptococcus cartoonaurius during a microbiological laboratory course.
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