J. J. Nickson

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James Joseph Nickson, MD (1915-1985) was an American physician and radiation oncologist.

Education: BS University of Washington (1936) MD Johns Hopkins (1940). He worked on the Manhattan Project as medical officer during World War II.

Later he worked at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital (chairman of Dept of Radiation Therapy), Michael Reese Hospital and University of Tennessee Medical Center at Memphis.

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