“I would like an arrangement made with publishing houses in India and Australia to issue special editions of my text-book in those countries ... I have so many friends in both places, many of them men in official and teaching positions that the book would be adopted in the schools — as indeed it has been at Sydney ...”
The first part of this article examined the life and medical influences of William Osler (Box 1) in the context of his Australian connections. This second part looks at his encounters with Australians in the final years of his life, and the influence and legacy he left on Australian practitioners and medical practice after his death.
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